High pressure remains centered over New England today resulting in continued sunshine with lower humidity
from what we normally see this time of year. A weak cold front moves through New England late tomorrow
afternoon into Thursday evening which could fire off some scattered showers and thunderstorms. The strongest
threat for showers and thunderstorms seems to remain north and west. Otherwise, tomorrow will be a repeat of
today. A low pressure system moves just south of New England on Friday resulting in some much needed
rainfall. Showers and isolated embedded thunderstorms begin to develop mainly Friday afternoon into overnight
Friday. High pressure returns for the weekend with cooler temperatures and low humidity.
Your Towns Forecast Sunset - 08:06 PM
Lots of sunshine, warm. West winds (East along the coast) at 2-7 mph.
Mostly sunny. Small threat for a late afternoon shower/t-storm with the passage
of a cold front.
Increasing AM clouds with showers developing for the afternoon through the
The 3-Day Forecast
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