We’ve got a fairly quiet week coming up, but that doesn’t mean sunshine and mild weather the entire time.
The storm system that brought us some rain and snow yesterday and last night will slowly pull away from the region today, but we’ll still have plenty of clouds, and maybe a few more showers, mainly across southeastern Massachusetts and Cape Cod. By Tuesday, the storm will stall out near Atlantic Canada, but the flow around it may help produce a few ocean-effect rain or snow showers, especially across eastern parts of the region. By Wednesday, the system pulls away and high pressure builds in with dry and seasonably cool conditions into Friday.
By Friday night, low pressure will be moving off the North Carolina coastline and headed off toward the northeast. Right now, it looks like this system will pass too far to the south and east to have any impact on us, except possibly Cape Cod and southeastern Massachusetts, but it’s still 5 days away and things can change, so we’ll keep an eye on it. Once that system pulls away on Saturday, high pressure builds back in for next weekend.
Monday: Plenty of clouds, some showers are possible across southeastern Massachusetts and Cape Cod, mainly in the morning, a few sunny breaks are possible well inland during the afternoon. High 35-42.
Monday night: Partly to mostly cloudy, a few rain or snow showers are possible in eastern areas. Low 24-31.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, chance for a few more rain or snow showers in eastern areas. High 32-39.
Tuesday night: Partly to mostly cloudy. Low 25-32.
Wednesday: Becoming partly to mostly sunny. High 33-40.
Thursday: Lots of sunshine. High 36-43.
Friday: Sunshine dimmed by increasing afternoon high clouds. High 33-40.
Saturday: Clouds early, skies start to clear out in the afternoon. High 31-38.
Sunday: Mostly sunny. High 32-39.