More of the same weather Monday
The muggies will be sticking around as we head into the workweek. Much like the weekend, we will have early patchy fog, mainly cloudy skies and the chance of showers and thunderstorms. Since the cause of the active weather is a stationary front, as long as it sits over our area, we will continue this weather trend. This unsettled and muggy pattern will repeat again on Tuesday and once more on Wednesday. Thursday will be a welcome change as the front finally leaves. What follows will be seasonably cooler temperatures, dry and refreshing humidity levels, and plenty of sunshine right through next weekend.
With regards to Hurricane Lee, it is brushing by the Caribbean to the north and will now enter the southwestern Atlantic where it is expected to make a turn to the north. Current estimate from the National Hurricane Center bring it up between the Mid-Atlantic coast of the US and Bermuda by Friday. Although it is still too early to call the path beyond then, we will see effects here in Sothern New England. Along the coast expect building dangerous surf, rip currents and possible beach erosion this week.