Columbus Day Weekend has arrived, but it still won’t feel quite like fall just yet for the entire weekend.
High pressure remains in control through the 1st part of Friday with dry and mild conditions, but a backdoor cold front will drop down the coast, bringing cooler weather in for Friday night and Saturday. There may even be some drizzle or a few showers around at times too. High pressure builds back in for Sunday, but we’ll have to keep an eye on low pressure south of New England. There is still some question as to whether the rainfall from this system makes it into our area Sunday night and Monday. We’ll include the chance for showers in the forecast for now, but the most likely spot for any rain will be along the South Coast.
Thursday night: Clear skies. Low 48-55.
Friday: Sunshine gives way to increasing afternoon clouds. High 66-73.
Friday night: Mostly cloudy with some patchy drizzle or a few showers. Low 47-54.
Saturday: Clouds and a few sunny breaks, some spotty drizzle or a shower are still possible. High 59-66.
Saturday night: Mostly cloudy. Low 47-54.
Sunday: Plenty of clouds. High 61-68.
Sunday night: Partly to mostly cloudy with a chance of showers, mainly near the South Coast. Low 50-57.
Monday: More clouds than sun, showers are possible again, mainly near the South Coast. High 66-73.