Some wet weather is on the way, but none of the upcoming days looks like a washout.
Low pressure will move across New England tonight, with another period of rain likely, some of which could be heavy overnight. The rain should end Friday morning as low pressure starts to pull away, with some sunshine developing in the afternoon. Some additional clouds will pop up, and there’s a very slight chance for a shower, but for the most part, Friday afternoon may end up fairly decent. Another weak disturbance moves in late Friday night into Saturday morning with more showers, then we’ll start to see some sunny breaks in the afternoon once again. An upper-level low moves across the Northeast on Sunday, so we’ll see more clouds pop up, with a few showers possible in the afternoon. High pressure then builds in for Monday with sunshine and drier weather.
For Opening Day in the Bronx on Friday, for the first pitch at 1:05pm, it should be partly to mostly sunny, southwest winds around 10 mph, and a temperature near 60. Play Ball!
Thursday night: Cloudy and breezy with rain likely, possibly heavy, maybe even a thunderstorm, especially south of Boston. Low 39-46.
Friday: Showers end early, then some clearing, but we could see another spot shower in the afternoon, breezy. High 60-67, cooler along the South Coast.
Friday night: Partly to mostly cloudy, showers possible late at night. Low 37-44.
Saturday: Morning showers, then becoming partly sunny and breezy again. High 54-61.
Saturday night: Partly cloudy. Low 35-42.
Sunday: Intervals of clouds and sun, chance for a few showers. High 50-57.
Sunday night: Partly cloudy. Low 34-41.
Monday: Partly to mostly sunny. High 55-62.