An upper-level blocking pattern continues to mire the weather pattern across the
Nation. Along the Eastern Seaboard an upper-level Low pressure center over Kentucky
will continue to dig southeastward and strengthen over the next twenty-four hours.
This will pump moisture northward as the upper-level wind become more southerly.
The next potentially potent wave will spin up southeast of Nantucket later this
afternoon, and could bring some heavier showers and gusty winds to the immediate
coast of Massachusetts and Cape Cod into this evening. Another storm will spin-up
along the New Jersey coastline later Friday and could result in several bands of
showers moving from south to north across the region into Friday evening.
Your Towns Forecast Sunset - 7:49PM
Overcast, windy and raw. Showers re-developing. NE winds at
12 to 25mph, gusting to 35mph.
Wind-driven rain and drizzle, diminishing after Midnight.
Watch for minor coastal flooding between 9pm and 1am.
Mostly cloudy with showers re-developing late.
Mostly cloudy with a shower around. Seasonably mild.
The 3-Day Forecast
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