Dry and seasonably cold into midweek
As yesterday’s storm heads toward Nova Scotia tonight it will remain a bit breezy as the sky clears. High pressure builds in on Sunday and we’ll see a good deal of sunshine in the morning, but there will be a patch of clouds blending in for a couple of hours during the afternoon. We can then expect quiet, dry and seasonably cold conditions through the start of the Winter Solstice which begins Wednesday at 4:47pm.
The next storm system that we’re following will arrive late Thursday and continue all day Friday. It’s still much too soon to determine whether there will be any developing coastal Low, but right now there are more signs pointing to this being an ‘inside runner’. This means the surface low pressure system will be passing to our west and as a result, rain would be the dominant precipitation type for southern New England. Keep in mind there is still plenty of time for long range model guidance to take on a different look. Stay tuned to your team of meteorologists right here ABC6 News for all the latest updates!
Tonight: Becoming mainly clear, breezy with lows in the upper 20s. Winds W at 7-15 mph.
Sunday: Mainly sunny with a few clouds passing through during the afternoon. High around 39. Winds W 5-15 mph.
Monday: Sunny and rather breezy. Highs hovering near 40.
Tuesday & Wednesday: Sunshine and seasonably cold. Morning Lows in the low and mid 20s, Highs 39-42.
ABC6 meteorologist, Bill Gile