We’ve needed the rain that we received this week, and there’s more on the way, but for the most part, we’ll have some nice weather for the weekend.
High pressure remains in control into Friday, with generally dry and mild conditions, though temperatures are still a little below normal for early May. Clouds start to stream in late Friday and Friday night as a coastal low passes south and east of the region and an upper-level disturbance approaches from the west. For the most part, the coastal low will miss us, though a few showers are possible across the Cape and Islands. The upper-level disturbance will bring in some showers on Saturday, but they won’t be that heavy or that widespread.
High pressure builds back in on Sunday with dry and cool conditions, but another system will quickly follow. This will bring in some rain for Sunday night and Monday. Once it again, it shouldn’t be that heavy, but since rainfall is still well below normal for the year, every little bit helps. Some clearing may take place Monday afternoon, and if we can get enough sun, temperatures could end up even warmer than we are currently expecting.
Thursday night: Becoming partly to mostly cloudy. Low 37-44.
Friday: Partly sunny. High 56-63.
Friday night: Mostly cloudy. Low 36-43.
Saturday: Cloudy with a chance for a few showers. High 52-59.
Saturday night: Cloudy in the evening, then clearing after midnight. Low 39-46.
Sunday: Sunny in the morning, clouds return in the afternoon. High 59-66.
Sunday night: Cloudy with showers likely. Low 40-47.
Monday: Cloudy with showers during the morning, some sunny breaks may develop in the afternoon, breezy. High 56-63.