An extended stretch of dry weather is expected through the weekend and into next week.
A cold front will move across the region this evening, producing some showers and possibly thunderstorms. Once the front moves offshore, high pressure will build in for Friday, though we’ll still have a decent amount of cloudcover as a upper-level trough of low pressure swings across the Northeast. Skies will clear out Friday night, resulting in a rather chilly night as winds diminish. Saturday will feature plenty of sunshine, though temperatures will be on the cool side. Sunday looks fairly similar, though temperatures will be a few degrees warmer as the high moves off to the east and southwest winds bring milder air in. Monday looks to be even milder under partly to mostly sunny skies. In fact, much of next week looks dry and warm for the most part, with temperatures likely getting into the 70s by midweek, and there’s a chance we could be talking about highs near or above 80 by the end of the week.
Thursday night: Mostly cloudy, showers and thunderstorms ending. Low 39-46.
Friday: Intervals of clouds and sunshine, breezy. High 52-59.
Friday night: Partly cloudy. Low 26-33.
Saturday: Sunshine and a few clouds. High 44-51.
Saturday night: Clear skies. Low 27-34.
Sunday: Plenty of sunshine. High 47-54.
Sunday night: Clear skies. Low 30-37.
Monday: Mostly sunny. High 57-64, cooler along the South Coast.