Occasionally Wet Week Ahead, But There Is Hope For The Holiday Weekend

Posted May 22, 2017

STAYING RAINY, CLOUDY: Rain chances come back Wednesday with slightly higher winds at 5-10MPH.

Rain chances start tonight and stick with us for most of the week.

Rain will be on and off and will taper off toward late afternoon and evening. Saturday and Sunday should feature mostly to partly sunny skies and temperatures in the upper 70s but with a shower or t-storm possible. It will be very warm with highest temperatures of 15 to 20 degrees. The front then stalls over the area and areas of low pressure ride the front like a train on a railroad track. Showers and possible storms especially in the afternoon.

Finally, it is looking like a dry day on Friday! Periods of rain are likely on Thursday with lingering showers continuing into Friday.

More widespread showers and storms will continue into Wednesday with highs in the low 70's.

The unsettled weather will shift east and high pressure will build into New England from southern Canada.

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FIRST ALERT Monday: Mostly cloudy with scattered showers and thunderstorms.

While it will become drier and brighter with sunny spells as the day goes on, the showers are due to appear again in the afternoon. Look for lows in the low 60s. Winds SW/NW around 5 miles per hour. Tuesday will feature more clouds rolling in quickly as a coastal storm moves up from the south. Highs top out in the 70s.

Northeast winds at 5 miles per hour.

Tuesday: Rain with a possible thunderstorm (60%).

Both Sunday and Monday remain as "Alert Days". Northeast winds at 9 miles per hour.