We’ve got a fairly nice weekend coming up weather-wise, and a second crack at Opening Day after it was rained out today.
Low pressure will pull away from the region tonight, but an upper-level low pressure system will settle into the Northeast for Friday. So, even though we’ll start to clear out late tonight, clouds will come back on Friday. It will also be quite chilly by early April standards. While we’re not expecting any record lows, temperatures won’t be that far off from the records Friday night. High pressure then builds in for the weekend and into Monday, with dry and milder conditions. The only exception for now will be Sunday. An upper-level disturbance will move across the region, with some clouds and possibly a sprinkle or two.
There is one potential fly in the ointment. The upper-level low that moves across the region on Friday will settle into Atlantic Canada this weekend and early next week. This will help to setup a blocking pattern in the atmosphere. At some point early next week, that upper low will drift westward, sending some clouds and perhaps some rain into the region. Right now, it looks like that may not happen until Monday night and Tuesday, but if it happens a little quicker than anticipated, Monday may not be a great day.
As for Fenway tomorrow for Opening Day – it won’t be the nicest of days, but it will be better than today. For first pitch at 2:10pm, skies should be partly sunny, winds will be out of the northwest at 5-10 mph, and temperatures should be around 40.
Thursday night: A lingering rain or snow shower this evening, then becoming clear to partly cloudy. Low 25-32.
Friday: Early sun, then clouds return. High 40-47.
Friday night: Clear to partly cloudy. Low 23-30.
Saturday: Mostly sunny. High 48-55.
Saturday night: Clear during the evening, some clouds move in overnight. Low 28-35.
Sunday: Intervals of clouds and sun, slight chance for a sprinkle. High 50-57.
Sunday night: Clear to partly cloudy. Low 33-40.
Monday: A mix of sun and clouds, breezy. High 52-59.