Aaron grew up on Cape Cod and has been studying New England weather for more than a decade, especially wintertime Nor’easters. He interned twice at New England Cable News (NECN) under Chief Meteorologist Matt Noyes while in college. After graduation, he jumped at the opportunity to work as a weat...
Showers will persist for the next nine days! We aren't expecting any washout, but the one exception could be one day over the weekend. Temperatures will be cooler than average with highs in the middle 50s from Monday through Sunday. The best chance for a dryer day will be on Wednesday. An upper level low will continue to sit and spin over us. The days will start off dry and sunny, and end with clouds and showers. Wednesday we are caught in between troughs so it should be mainly dry.
Storms are rolling through some areas of New England Monday. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will develop this afternoon across Southern New England. Instability in the atmosphere, coupled with any breaks of sunshine, will be the main trigger for storms to fire. The main concern with any of these thunderstorms will be very heavy rain with the potential for street flooding due to the fact that many storms are expected to be slow-moving.
A cold front swings through New England today. Clouds and showers give way to sunshine by the afternoon. A mild day across the area with highs reaching into the upper 70s with slightly cooler temperatures at the coast. Partly cloudy overnight with lows near 60 degrees south and mid 40s north. A quick morning shower or downpour on Saturday, followed by fair and summery weather behind a second cold frontal passage. Expecting highs to reach near 80 degrees south and the upper 70s north.