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Joe Joyce


Squeeze Play!

Enough dry air will remain in place Wednesday that there will be breaks of sun inland early, but clouds will be quickly filling in as the squeeze will be on between the departing ocean low and an approaching cold front. Cloudy skies with light NE winds will spell highs in Lwr-mid 60's. This front could trigger a few late showers in the far NW portions of New England late Wednesday. Most of the shower activity with this front will come Wednesday Night through early Thursday morning.


Hard To Find Any Rain...Plenty Of Sun For Weekend!

Our low which has been stalled over the Canadian Maritimes will again start to back in clouds into New England during the overnight hours. This deck of strato-cumulus clouds will be in place Friday morning. A steady breeze from the NE in the morning will begin to diminish in the afternoon with skies becoming partly sunny as high pressure begins to slide in from Canada. Just like the past few days, it will be cooler at the coast near 60-62 degrees, but temps will be near 70 neat the CT river valley. Most areas will again see temps in the mid-upper 60's for Friday afternoon.


The Changing of Seasons Continue

By dawn on Sunday, the cold front will lie across SNH. Plenty of morning clouds will still be in place. It may still trigger a few early morning light showers especially at the coast. By noon, the cold front will be pushing off the coast, with cooler drier more stable air following in for the afternoon with a breezy NW wind which will pick up during the mid afternoon hours. Skies will increase with sunshine from N-S during the afternoon with highs ranging from 70-76 degrees. Warmer temps will be found south of Boston and in SE MA.

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