Weekly Outlook: June 21-27, 2021

Now that we’re officially into summer, we’ve got weather that is appropriate for the season.

The week starts off with high pressure moving offshore and a cold front approaching from the west. This will provided the region with hot and humid conditions, but the bulk of the thunderstorm activity should remain to our north and west, though a few showers and storms could make their way into our area. They’ll become a bit more numerous tonight and possibly again on Tuesday as the front gets closer, eventually moving offshore late in the day on Tuesday.

Dewpoints will get into the low 70s across much of the region this afternoon. Image provided by Weathermodels.com

While the front is approaching, “Tropical Storm Claudette” will pass south and east of the region. We’ve criticized the National Thunderstorm Naming Hurricane Center in the past for some of the storms that have gotten names, and this one is no exception. When it was moving through the Gulf at the end of last week, it was a disorganized storm that lacked a well-defined center, but was producing plenty of thunderstorms. Miraculously, it managed to have a center suddenly become well-defined (their definition of “well-defined” is different than many others), right as it was making landfall, so that way, it could be named. Funny how that worked out. Once over land, it quickly weakened (imagine that?) and dropped a ton of rain across the Gulf Coast and the Southeast. Early this morning, while the center was still over the Carolinas, it managed to strengthen again, without a well-defined center (don’t see too many large bodies of warm water in the middle of North Carolina). It should move offshore today, and the forecast calls for it to strengthen over the Gulf Stream again, then become extratropical on Tuesday south of Nova Scotia. OK, enough ranting from us about a storm that will have no impact here other than a little rough surf over the next few days.

Forecast track for “Tropical Storm Claudette”. Image provided by the Canadian Hurricane Centre.

High pressure builds in for Wednesday and Thursday with cooler and drier conditions once again. As the high moves offshore on Friday, humidity levels and temperatures will start to creep up once again, with a few showers possible as a warm front moves through. By Saturday, low pressure will be heading into the Great Lakes, sending another frontal system toward the region. Some showers and thunderstorms are possible, but it looks like we’ll have a better chance at them next Sunday as the front gets closer.

Sunday could be quite warm once again. Image provided by WeatherBell.

Monday: Partly sunny and breezy, just a slight chance for a late-day shower or thunderstorm. High 85-92, cooler along the South Coast.

Monday night: Mostly cloudy, some patchy fog may develop near the South Coast, a few showers and thunderstorms are possible. Low 64-71.

Tuesday: Plenty of clouds with scattered showers and thunderstorms expected. High 78-85.

Tuesday night: Showers ending from northwest to southeast, followed by gradual clearing. Low 50-57.

Wednesday: Plenty of sunshine, perhaps some lingering clouds across Cape Cod. High 71-78.

Thursday: Sunshine and a few clouds. High 75-82.

Friday: Intervals of clouds and sunshine, chance for a few showers. High 75-82.

Saturday: A mix of sun and clouds, breezy, some showers and thunderstorms are possible. High 79-86.

Sunday: Partly sunny and breezy with a chance for more showers and thunderstorms. High 80-87.

Weekly Outlook: June 14-20, 2021

We’ve got a typical summertime pattern shaping up for the final week of astronomical spring. Astronomical Summer begins with the Summer Solstice on Sunday June 20, at 11:31pm.

The sun angle is the highest in the Northern Hemisphere on the Summer Solstice. Image provided by the Old Farmers Almanac.

The week will actually start off on a damp note as a cold front approaches the region. This will produce scattered showers and thunderstorms, some of which could produce locally heavy rainfall. The entire day shouldn’t be a washout, as these will be more of the hit-and-miss variety, especially late in the day and tonight. Another round of showers and thunderstorms is expected on Tuesday as the front finally moves through the region. Again, some of these could be heavy in spots.

Parts of the region could pick up a decent amount of rainfall between today and tomorrow. Images provided by Pivotal Weather.

High pressure builds in for Wednesday and Thursday with drier and seasonably warm conditions. An upper-level low pressure area will be in place across the Northeast, helping generate some clouds each day, with a slight chance for a pop-up shower each afternoon, but these will be few and far between. By Friday, that high will slide offshore, allowing warmer and more humid air to start to move back into the area. That warm and humid airmass will be in place on Saturday when another cold front approaches, triggering another round of showers and thunderstorms. High pressure returns next Sunday with drier air.

Dewpoints will drop into the 40s and lower 50s by Wednesday afternoon. Image provided by WeatherBell,

Monday: Plenty of clouds with a few showers and thunderstorms, especially early and again late in the day. High 66-73.

Monday night: Mostly cloudy with more showers around. Low 56-63.

Tuesday: Intervals of clouds and sunshine with occasional showers and thunderstorms. High 72-79.

Tuesday night: Becoming clear to partly cloudy. Low 54-61.

Wednesday: Sunshine and some afternoon clouds. High 71-78.

Thursday: Partly to mostly sunny. High 71-78.

Friday: Sunshine fades behind increasing afternoon clouds. High 75-82.

Saturday: Intervals of clouds and sun with scattered showers and thunderstorms. High 78-85.

Sunday: A mix of sun and clouds. High 76-83.

The Atlantic is showing signs of life as we head into mid-June. Image provided by the National Hurricane Center.

Finally, we’re going to mention the tropics. There are two areas that the National Hurricane Center is keeping an eye on in the Atlantic right now. The first one is in the Bay of Campeche. This system will bring heavy rain to parts of Mexico and Central America for the next few days. After that, it should start to drift northward and could get organized. Several forecast models have been showing this potential for a while now. While it’s still too early to tell if anything will actually develop, most of the models are showing a weak system tracking toward either Texas or Louisiana. The more concerning part is that most of the models show the potential for very heavy rain later this week and this weekend, especially in Louisiana. It’s been a VERY wet spring across this area, and additional heavy rain will result in significant flooding. Parts of Louisiana have received 30 to 40 or more inches of rain over the past 90 days, and some models are showing the potential for another 5-10 inches or more next weekend.

The GFS is forecasting a lot of rain at the end of the week for an area that doesn’t need it. Image provided by WeatherBell

The other area being watched is a cluster of thunderstorms off the Carolina coastline. It’s disorganized and non-tropical right now, but will be moving over the warm waters of the Gulf Stream today and tomorrow. Given NHC’s recent history, we fully expect it to be named a short-lived Tropical Depression or Storm (even though it won’t actually be one) before it moves over colder water east of New England and south of Nova Scotia on Wednesday.

Weekly Outlook: June 7-13, 2021

The heat is definitely on, and will remain on for a few more days.

Heat Advisories are in effect for parts of the Northeast today. Image provided by Pivotal Weather.

High pressure remains anchored offshore, with southwesterly winds pumping hot and humid air into the region for the next few days. Today should be the hottest of the days, but humidity levels will be on the rise for Tuesday and Wednesday. A few widely scattered showers are possible this afternoon and evening, but the most of the activity should stay west of us. We’ll have a better chance at showers and thunderstorms developing on Tuesday, but Wednesday looks like the best chance overall as a cold front approaches the region. When that cold front moves through will have a large impact on the temperatures across the area. Right now, it looks like the front holds off until Wednesday night, so another very warm to hot and humid day is expected, but an earlier arrival would result in a much cooler afternoon, especially along the coast.

Away from the South Coast it’s going to be quite toasty today. Image provided by WeatherBell.

High pressure builds in for Thursday with much drier and cooler conditions. Beyond that, things get a little uncertain. That front likely stalls out just south of the region, but how far south is yet to be determined. Waves of low pressure may ride along the front, with some showers accompanying these waves, but again, if the front stalls out too far to the south, these waves will have little to no impact here. Some models show the potential for Friday to be quite chilly and wet. We’re not so sure that’ll be the case, but we’re not completely ruling it out yet either. By late Saturday or Sunday, another system may approach with another round of showers possible.

At least one model shows another chilly and wet day coming up on Friday. Image provided by Weathermodels.com

Monday: Sunshine and a few afternoon clouds, slight chance for a late-day shower or thunderstorm. High 90-97, cooler along the South Coast.

Monday night: Partly cloudy, slight chance for a shower during the evening. Low 66-73, cooler along the South Coast.

Tuesday: Intervals of clouds and sun, a few widely scattered showers or thunderstorms are possible during the afternoon. High 86-93, cooler along the South Coast.

Tuesday night: Partly to mostly cloudy, chance for a few showers during the evening, some patchy fog may develop along the South Coast. Low 64-71.

Wednesday: Partly sunny, a few showers and thunderstorms possible during the afternoon and evening. High 83-90, cooler along the South Coast.

Thursday: A mix of sun and clouds. High 75-82, cooler along the coast.

Friday: More clouds than sun with some showers possible. High 68-75.

Saturday: Partly sunny. High 68-75.

Sunday: A mix of sun and clouds, chance for a few showers. High 71-78.

Weekly Outlook: May 31 – June 6, 2021

After an utterly craptastic weekend, things will improve this week. That doesn’t mean it’ll be sunny and warm the entire time (certainly not at night), but it’ll be a lot better than that past few days.

The improvement starts today as low pressure pulls away from the region. Any lingering showers end this morning, then we start to see some clearing this afternoon. It also should start to turn milder today (because during late May it really couldn’t be too much cooler than the past few days). As we flip the calendar to June on Tuesday, high pressure builds in with drier and more seasonable conditions. That will certainly be a welcome change from the past few days.

Much of the region received 2-4 inches of rain over the weekend. Image provided by NOAA.

As we get to the latter half of the week, another cold front will approach, with some showers and possibly thunderstorms for Thursday into Friday. Neither day should be a washout, and it won’t be anywhere near as chilly as the past few days were, but neither day is looking like a beach day. As we get into next weekend we will have some beach days, as it will really start to feel like summer. A Bermuda high will set up offshore, pumping warm and humid air into the region. Temperatures should get well into the 80s in most spots, with some lower 90s possible, especially on Sunday. Longer-range forecasts show the potential for the hot and humid air to remain in place for much of next week as well. Yes, it might finally be time to put away the sweatshirts for the summer.

At least one model is showing the potential for hot weather for much of next week. Images provided by WeatherBell.

Monday: Any lingering showers end in the morning, some sunny breaks develop in the afternoon. High 56-63.

Monday night: Becoming partly cloudy. Low 46-53.

Tuesday: Partly sunny. High 72-79.

Tuesday night: Clear to partly cloudy. Low 49-56.

Wednesday: Intervals of clouds and sunshine, slight chance for an afternoon shower. High 75-82, coolest on the South Coast.

Thursday: More clouds than sun, breezy, humid, showers and thunderstorms possible late in the day and at night. High 73-80, coolest on the South Coast.

Friday: Mostly cloudy and humid with more showers and thunderstorms possible. High 74-81, coolest on the South Coast.

Saturday: Partly to mostly sunny. High 80-87, a little cooler along the South Coast.

Sunday: Sunshine and a few clouds, becoming humid. High 83-90, a little cooler along the South Coast.

Weekly Outlook: May 24-31, 2021

Temperatures will be riding the rollercoaster this week, but in general, we’ll be on the dry and cool side much of the time.

High pressure builds in today with temperatures that are not only significantly cooler than what we had over the weekend, but below normal for late May. Despite plenty of sunshine, temperatures will only be in the 60s to lower 70s today, with the coolest readings along the coast, thanks to a seabreeze off the still-cool Atlantic. After a chilly night tonight, temperatures will start to moderate on Tuesday as high pressure moves offshore and winds become southwesterly.

Water temperatures are still in the 50s to lower 60s across the area, Images provided by Rutgers University Coastal Ocean Observation Lab.

Low pressure will head into southeastern Canada on Wednesday, dragging a warm front across the region early in the day. This will result in a return of heat and humidity. A few showers or storms could accompany the warm front, but the temperatures will be the big story, as most of us will get well into the 80s once again, with lower (perhaps middle) 90s possible. The heat won’t last long though, as a cold front will swing through the region Wednesday evening or night, with some showers and thunderstorms likely ahead of it.

Wednesday is looking like another hot day across the region. Image provided by WeatherBell.

High pressure builds in behind the front on Thursday with drier and cooler conditions. This brings us to the Memorial Day Weekend. There is still some uncertainty among the models as to what we can expect next weekend. The models are in decent agreement that we’ll have high pressure centered over southeastern Canada while low pressure moves out of the Midwest and into the Mid-Atlantic states before spending much of the weekend south of New England while only slowly drifting eastward. They mostly agree that this means we’ll be on the cool side from Friday into Monday, with temperatures mainly below normal. What they don’t agree on is exactly where the low pressure system tracks, and whether it will send any precipitation our way (which also has an impact on the temperature forecast). For now, we’re going to lean on the dry side and be optimistic, but there is a chance that the long weekend could feel more like mid-Spring than the “traditional start of summer.” We should have a better handle on it for our Weekend Outlook on Thursday.

There’s a pretty wide range in the model temperature forecasts for next weekend. Images provided by Pivotal Weather.

Monday: Sunshine and a few clouds. High 65-72, cooler along the coast.

Monday night: Clear to partly cloudy. Low 46-53.

Tuesday: A mix of sun and clouds, breezy. High 73-80, cooler along the South Coast.

Tuesday night: Variably cloudy, just a slight chance for a shower or thunderstorm. Low 57-64.

Wednesday: Partly sunny, breezy, and humid, showers and thunderstorms possible late in the day and at night. High 84-91, cooler along the South Coast.

Thursday: Partly to mostly sunny. High 77-84, cooler along the coast.

Friday: Partly sunny. High 59-66.

Saturday: Partly to mostly sunny. High 61-68.

Sunday: Partly to mostly sunny. High 62-69.

Memorial Day: A mix of sun and clouds. High 64-71.

Weekly Outlook: May 17-23, 2021

It looks like it’s finally time to put away the winter gear and break out the summer gear, if you haven’t already. We’ve got some warm weather on the way for much of the upcoming week.

High pressure will be in control for the next several days. However, we’ll also have some weak upper-level disturbances moving across the region. What that means is that much like the past few days, we’ll start out with sunshine in the morning, then clouds develop, followed by some showers and thunderstorms, and once the sun sets, everything winds down and skies clear out. That’s what will happen today and to a lesser extent on Tuesday as well. High pressure becomes a little more dominant on Wednesday with sunshine and warmer weather. Temperatures may top 80 on Wednesday away from the coast.

At least one model thinks that Wednesday could be quite toasty. We’re not convinced it will be this warm, but it’s possible. Image provided by WeatherBell.

Thursday is when we may see some changes start to take place. It still looks like a sunny and warm day well inland, but closer to the coast, a backdoor cold front may move in, ushering cooler air in to eastern parts of the region during the afternoon. That cooler air may hang around for Friday and Saturday as a disturbance moves across the region with more clouds and possibly some showers. Some of the models try to bring the warm air right back in on Friday and/or Saturday, but as we’ve learned the hard way over and over again, extended stretches of warm weather are hard to come by during Spring here in eastern New England. The ocean is still quite cool, and has a big impact on temperatures at this time of year. With this in mind, we’re going to lean cooler than some of the models (and nearly all of the talking heads on TV). Sunday should be warmer again as winds shift into the west ahead of a cold front, which may produce showers and thunderstorms.

Ocean temperatures are still mainly in the 50s around the region. Image provided by the Rutgers University Coastal Ocean Observation Lab.

Monday: Sunny to start, then clouds develop and some showers and thunderstorms pop-up. High 70-77, a little cooler along the coast.

Monday night: Becoming clear to partly cloudy. Low 48-55.

Tuesday: A mix of sun and clouds, chance for a shower or thunderstorm. High 73-80, coolest along the coast.

Tuesday night: Partly cloudy. Low 51-58.

Wednesday: Sunshine and some afternoon clouds. High 77-84, cooler along the coast.

Thursday: Early sun, then some clouds move in, a shower is possible late in the day. High 77-84, but temperatures may drop into the upper 50s or 60s during the afternoon, especially along the coast.

Friday: Intervals of sun and clouds. High 69-76, coolest along the coast.

Saturday: More clouds than sun with a chance for a few showers. High 68-75.

Sunday: Partly to mostly cloudy, showers and thunderstorms are possible late in the day. High 74-81.

Weekly Outlook: May 10-16, 2021

We’ve got a fairly quiet week coming up for the first time in a while.

Low pressure pulls away from the region this morning, with rain coming to an end. We’ll see some clearing this afternoon, but an upper-level low pressure area will move through on Tuesday with more clouds and possibly a shower or two. High pressure builds in for Wednesday and Thursday with generally dry conditions and a warming trend.

Much of the region remains dry, and we’re not expecting much rainfall this week. Image provided by the National Drought Mitigation Center.

The end of the week is a little uncertain at the moment, but it doesn’t look that bad. Another upper-level low will move into the Northeast, so we’ll have more cloudcover at times, with a few showers possible each afternoon. Most of these won’t be that heavy, and they shouldn’t be that widespread, so overall, the weekend shouldn’t be that bad. Temperatures should be on the mild side, likely near to above normal for mid-May.

Some mild weather could be on the way for next weekend. Image provided by WeatherBell.

Monday: Showers end early, some afternoon sunny breaks. High 56-63.

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

Tuesday: Intervals of clouds and sun, chance for a shower or two, breezy. High 57-64.

Tuesday night: Partly cloudy. Low 37-44.

Wednesday: A mix of sun and clouds. High 56-63.

Thursday: Sunshine and some afternoon clouds. High 62-69.

Friday: A mix of sun and clouds, chance for an afternoon shower. High 63-70.

Saturday: Partly sunny, showers possible during the afternoon. High 64-71.

Sunday: Intervals of clouds and sun, chance for a few showers. High 64-71.

Weekly Outlook: May 3-9, 2021

This is definitely not shaping up to be a great week to be on vacation, but it is shaping up to be a decent week to put another dent in our developing drought.

Rainfall has been well below normal across the region for several months. Image provided by the Northeast Regional Climate Center.

A cold front moved through late yesterday, and it will stall out south of the region today. With the front nearby, we’ll have plenty of clouds around today, with temperatures that are much cooler than we had on Sunday. We could see a few breaks of sun, but in general, clouds will dominate. By late in the day, we’ll see some more showers moving in as a wave of low pressure rides along that frontal boundary. Those showers should come to an end Tuesday morning, but again, we’ll still have lots of clouds around, with temperatures possibly becoming quite cool behind that wave. Another wave will approach during Tuesday night and Wednesday. This wave may lift the front northward, allowing milder air to move back in to at least part of the region. That wave moves offshore on Wednesday, bringing an end to the rain and dragging the front much farther offshore. High pressure then builds in for Thursday with some sunshine and seasonably mild temperatures. Thursday will definitely be the pick of the week.

Temperatures will be near to below normal across most of the region this week. Image provided by WeatherBell.

As we head into the end of the week and the weekend, things get unsettled again. A coastal storm will likely impact the region, but the models don’t completely agree yet on what that impact will be, or exactly when it will be. Friday and/or Saturday will likely feature a period of rain, possibly heavy, some gusty winds, and cool temperatures. How much rain, how much wind, and how cool it will be are details that we don’t have a good handle on yet. In fact, at least one model shows the potential for some wet snow to mix in, especially over the hills of central New England. While this wouldn’t be unheard of this late in the season, we’re not expecting it to occur, though we’re not completely ruling it out either. As for next Sunday, the coastal storm should be out of the picture, but another system may be approaching from the west, as our active pattern is expected to continue for quite some time.

There is plenty of disagreement among the models in regard to a potential storm system late this week. Images provided by Pivotal Weather.

Monday: Plenty of clouds with showers possible late in the day. High 54-61 along the coast, 61-68 inland.

Monday night: Cloudy with showers likely. Low 44-51.

Tuesday: Showers end in the morning, remaining mostly cloudy in the afternoon. High 55-62, potentially turning much cooler during the afternoon.

Tuesday night: Cloudy with showers redeveloping. Low 43-50.

Wednesday: Showers ending by midday, some sunny breaks are possible late in the day. High 58-65, cooler along the coast

Thursday: A mix of sun and clouds. High 58-65.

Friday: Cloudy with showers possible. High 53-60.

Saturday: Partly to mostly cloudy, chance for showers. High 55-62.

Sunday: Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers. High 57-64.

Weekly Outlook: April 26 – May 2, 2021

In our Weekend Outlook, we mentioned the potential for a significant warmup later this week. Well, that was a bit premature.

We start the week off with high pressure building in behind yesterday’s storm system. We’ll still have breezy conditions in the wake of the system, especially during the morning and early afternoon. With an upper-level low pressure area also moving across the Northeast, some clouds may pop up during the afternoon as well. As the upper low pulls away on Tuesday we’ll have some sunshine, less wind, and milder temperatures.

Wind gusts of 30 mph or higher are possible today. Image provided by WeatherBell.

A warm front moves into the region late Tuesday night, with some showers and possibly a thunderstorm accompanying it. This sets up a very mild day on Wednesday, with much of the region getting well into the 70s, and some 80-degree readings possible well inland. The warmth won’t last long though, as a cold front will be approaching the region later in the day, producing another round of showers and possibly thunderstorms.

Wednesday looks like it will be the warmest day of the week. Image provided by Weathermodels.com

After that, things get a little complicated, as the models don’t agree on exactly how the pattern evolves. That cold front stalls out near or just south of the region Wednesday night. Another wave of low pressure rides along that front, bringing in another round of showers on Thursday. Will that wave lift the front back through as a warm front or not? That’s a critical question for the temperature forecast. The showers look like they will linger into Friday with mild temperatures before a stronger cold front moves through late in the day. Saturday looks to be drier and cooler with high pressure building in, but another upper-level low moves through, with more clouds and possibly a shower or two. Sunday looks milder as high pressure moves offshore and a southwesterly flow redevelops. However, another system could be approaching the region from the west. Whether the shower activity ahead of that system arrives late in the day Sunday or on Monday is a detail that can’t be resolved this far out.

Temperatures on Thursday will be highly dependent on where the front is located. Images provided by Pivotal Weather.

Monday: Partly to mostly sunny and breezy. High 53-60.

Monday night: Partly cloudy. Low 34-41.

Tuesday: A mix of sun and clouds. High 63-70.

Tuesday night: Partly to mostly cloudy with a few showers possible, maybe even a rumble of thunder. Low 43-50.

Wednesday: Intervals of clouds and sunshine, showers and thunderstorms possible late in the day and into the evening. High 69-76, cooler along the coast.

Thursday: Plenty of clouds with showers likely. High 56-63.

Friday: Mostly cloudy and breezy with more showers. High 59-66.

Saturday: Partly sunny. High 56-63.

Sunday: A mix of sun and clouds, breezy, chance for a few late-day showers. High 57-64.

Weekly Outlook: April 19-25, 2021

It’s Patriots Day in Massachusetts, and although the Marathon won’t be held until October, there’s still plenty going on today, and the weather should cooperate for the most part.

The day will start off with some sunshine and seasonably mild temperatures, but an upper-level disturbance will cross the Northeast today, allowing for some clouds, and probably a few showers, maybe even a thunderstorm, this afternoon. They shouldn’t be widespread, nor heavy, but given that we still have a significant rainfall deficit, every little bit helps. A cold front will move through on Tuesday, but with little fanfare aside from some clouds and possibly a shower or two. Ahead of it, temperatures will be quite mild, possibly topping 70 in some locations. That front will stall out near or just south of the South Coast Tuesday night, then lift back northward as a warm front on Wednesday as low pressure passes north and west of the region. With low pressure to our northwest, it’ll be quite mild again, but another cold front will approach from the west, producing another round of showers and thunderstorms.

Temperatures could reach 70 in many areas on Tuesday. Image provided by WeatherBell.

Behind that front, high pressure builds in with much cooler conditions on Thursday and to a lesser extent on Friday. A few weak upper-level disturbances will also be moving through with some clouds at times, but little precipitation other than a stray shower. Next weekend looks unsettled, but the details are still a little fuzzy. A period of rain or showers and cool temperatures appears likely at some point, but will it be late Saturday and Saturday night as one model shows, or on Sunday as a different one indicates? We should have a better handle on that when we do our Weekend Outlook on Thursday.

Year-to-date rainfall totals are running 4-6 inches below normal across much of the region. Image provided by the Northeast Regional Climate Center.

Monday: Early sun, then clouds develop, with a few showers or thunderstorms possible in the afternoon. High 61-68, coolest along the coast.

Monday night: Clear to partly cloudy. Low 38-45.

Tuesday: A mix of sun and clouds, breezy, just a slight chance for a late-day shower. High 64-71.

Tuesday night: Partly cloudy. Low 41-48.

Wednesday: Becoming mostly cloudy and breezy with showers likely, possibly a thunderstorm, ending in the evening. High 59-66.

Thursday: Plenty of clouds with a slight chance for a shower, windy and much cooler. High 43-50.

Friday: Intervals of clouds and sunshine, breezy. High 53-60.

Saturday: Early sun, then clouds return with showers possible late in the day and at night. High 60-67.

Sunday: Cloudy with a chance of rain. High 53-60.