Weekend Outlook: October 21-24, 2022

We’ve got a couple of nice days coming up, and a couple of not-so-nice days coming up.

After dealing with a drought for most of the summer, rainfall is above to well above normal over the past 60 days for most of the region. Image provided by WeatherBell.

High pressure remains in control through Saturday with sunshine both Friday and Saturday afternoon along with moderating temperatures. So, if you’ve got outdoor plans, you’re in good shape. Clouds will start to move in from the south late Saturday and Saturday night as low pressure starts moving up the coastline. This will be a fairly weak storm, but it will have plenty of moisture. Rain will develop during the day on Sunday, likely reaching the South Coast during the morning, the Mass Pike corridor by early afternoon, and the Merrimack Valley and Southern New Hampshire by late afternoon. Sunday night will be fairly wet, as the rain may be heavy at times. On Monday, the rain will taper off to showers during the morning, with the steadiest rain ending by early afternoon. However, occasional showers and drizzle may linger well into the evening, which could make for a damp night in Foxborough for the Patriots Monday Night Football game with the Bears.

Some heavy rain is possible across parts of the region Sunday into Monday. Images provided by Pivotal Weather.

Thursday night: Clear and chilly again. Low 36-43.

Friday: Plenty of sunshine. High 57-64.

Friday night: Clear skies. Low 37-44.

Saturday: Sunshine through early afternoon, then high clouds start to stream in. High 61-68.

Saturday night: Increasing and thickening clouds. Low 41-48.

Sunday: Rain developing from south to north. High 57-64.

Sunday night: Periods of rain, possibly heavy. Low 47-54.

Monday: Rain tapers off to showers early, showers drizzle through the afternoon. High 59-66.

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