Some much-needed rain is coming this weekend, but don’t fret, it won’t ruin the entire weekend.
Offshore high pressure remains in control for tonight and Friday, with dry and milder weather likely. We’ll still have smoke from wildfires in Canada dimming the sun at times on Friday, but overall it will be a nice day. Clouds will move in at night though as a pair of systems begin to head our way. A cold front will be moving in from the west, while a weak low pressure system moves up the East Coast. There are still some mixed signals with the coastal low for Saturday, which has a big impact on the forecast. Some models have that system send a batch of rain in for Saturday afternoon, others keep the rain either offshore, or confined to Cape Cod. We’re leaning towards the latter scenario at the moment. The cold front then moves through Saturday night with some showers along and ahead of it. High pressure then builds in for Sunday and Monday with dry and seasonably warm conditions, but we may still have some smoke drifting through, dimming the sun at times.
Thursday night: Clear skies. Low 39-46.
Friday: Sunshine filtered through high-level smoke, clouds start to move in during the afternoon. High 66-73, a little cooler along the South Coast.
Friday night: Becoming mostly cloudy. Low 47-54.
Saturday: Cloudy and breezy with some showers likely. High 62-69.
Saturday night: Mostly cloudy with more showers, ending before daybreak. Low 52-59.
Sunday: Becoming partly sunny, smoke may filter the sun at times, breezy. High 69-76.
Sunday night: Partly cloudy. Low 47-54.
Monday: Plenty of sunshine, breezy. High 61-68, coolest near the coast.