Weekend Outlook: May 6-9, 2022

For parts of the region, we’ve got a decent weekend coming up, for other parts, not so much.

While you’re enjoying today’s sunshine and mild temperatures, changes are coming. High pressure will build in to our north while low pressure slowly moves toward and then off the Mid-Atlantic coastline before stalling out south of New England. We’ll be caught in between these two for the next several days. We’ll see clouds streaming in tonight ahead of the low pressure system. Some rain will spread in for Friday afternoon into Saturday, but the northern extent of the rain is still a bit of a question mark. Some models keep it confined to just the South Coast, some bring it up into the Merrimack Valley. We’re going with a compromise for now, with rain mainly south of the Mass Pike, but plenty of clouds everywhere. We’ll also have some gusty east to northeast winds through the weekend, which combined with the clouds and rain will result in a few rather chilly days. By later Sunday into Monday, the storm will start to drift southward while the high to our north builds in, with skies eventually clearing and temperatures starting to moderate, especially away from the shoreline.

How far north will the rain get for Friday and Saturday? The models don’t completely agree yet. Images provided by Pivotal Weather.

Thursday night: Becoming mostly cloudy. Low 42-49.

Friday: Mostly cloudy with rain developing, mainly south of Mass Pike. High 59-66.

Friday night: Periods of rain and showers, mainly south of the Mass Pike. Low 40-47.

Saturday: Cloudy and breezy with showers ending. High 48-55.

Saturday night: Mostly cloudy and breezy. Low 37-44.

Sunday: More clouds than sunshine. breezy. High 51-58, warmest well inland.

Sunday night: Partly to mostly cloudy, breezy. Low 36-43.

Monday: Partly sunny and breezy. High 49-56 along the coast, 56-63 inland.

A warming trend could be on the way later next week. Image provided by WeatherBell.

Finally, just a sneak peek at next week shows the potential for a significant warmup around here for the latter half of next week and into next weekend. Some models are showing the potential for at least few days where the first number of high temperature is an “8”. Now, it’s a week away, and things can change, plus, we’ve got the very chilly Atlantic right here which always can complicate things at this time of year, but we figured we’d let you know that there is the chance for things to finally feel likely May. For now, it’s just potential, but we’ll update you in our Weekly Outlook Monday morning.

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