After several days of sunshine and record-breaking warmth, we’re going to be dealing with cooler conditions and some wet weather at times in the next few days. In other words, welcome to November.
Our record warmth is now a memory as a cold front has moved across the region. That front will stall out just to the south tonight, and a wave of low pressure will ride along it on Friday, bringing us some more showers as cooler air continues to settle into the area. Temperatures on Friday will be 25-30 degrees colder than they were on Wednesday.
High pressure builds in on Saturday with sunshine and temperatures that are more representative of mid-November. Sunday will start off dry, but another cold front will be approaching the region. We should turn milder again ahead of that front, but not nearly to the extent of what we’ve had for the past week. Showers are likely Sunday night into Monday morning as the front moves through. We’ll dry out and turn breezy and cooler again Monday afternoon as that front pushes offshore.
Thursday night: Cloudy with some patchy drizzle and a few showers. Low 37-44.
Friday: Scattered showers. High 46-53, possibly a little cooler north and west of 495.
Friday night: Clearing. Low 32-39.
Saturday: Mostly sunny. High 44-51.
Saturday night: Clear to partly cloudy. Low 26-33.
Sunday: Some morning sun, then clouds move in during the afternoon with showers possible toward evening. High 52-59, possibly cooler in southern New Hampshire.
Sunday night: Cloudy and breezy with showers likely, ending before daybreak. Low 37-44.
Monday: Partly to mostly sunny and breezy. High 47-54.