Weekend Outlook: September 30-October 3, 2022

What’s left of Hurricane Ian will bring some rain into part of the region this weekend.

Ian may not get anywhere close to us, but the rain from the storm will. Image provided by Tomer Burg.

High pressure remains in control tonight and Friday with dry and cool conditions, but high clouds will be streaming northward, which will result in limited sunshine on Friday. By Saturday, what’s left of Ian will start to meander around across the Mid-Atlantic states, but some of the rain associated with it will move into southern New England. There are still questions as to how far north the rain will get, but for now at least, the best chance for rain looks to be south of Mass Pike. Most of the heavy rain should stay offshore to the south, but it could make it into the South Coast at times. Accompanying the rain will be gusty east to northeast winds, resulting in some rather cool temperatures as October begins. We may get a bit of a lull in the rain later Sunday into Monday as Ian’s remains drift around well to our southwest.

The models don’t agree on how much rain will fall and how far north it will get. Images provided by Pivotal Weather.

Thursday night: Increasing high clouds. Low 40-47, a little milder along the coast south of Boston.

Friday: Sunshine dimmed by thickening clouds. High 58-65.

Friday night: Mostly cloudy. Low 43-50.

Saturday: Cloudy with rain developing, mainly south of the Mass Pike. High 56-63.

Saturday night: Cloudy and becoming breezy with more showers, mainly south of the Mass Pike. Low 47-54.

Sunday: Mostly cloudy, windy, and cool, chance for a few morning showers, mainly near the South Coast. High 53-60.

Sunday night: Partly to mostly cloudy. Low 40-47.

Monday: Partly sunny and breezy. High 55-62.

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