Showery Through the Week
Our main weather pattern driver is an area of low pressure anchored in the Gulf of Maine. As long as it sits there, it will pinwheel areas of showers through New England. From this point on, temperatures are going to climb. We will see the 60s Monday and the 70s on Tuesday. Into this warmer airmass, a cold front will come through late Tuesday with a chance of not only showers, but also thunderstorms. Skies through the week will be a variety of sun and clouds with the chance of showers always there. One item of note: the Canadian wildfires are still going in central Canada. Late Monday night through Tuesday, our wind direction changes to northwesterly driving the smoke into Southern New England. The worst of the smoke looks like Tuesday morning.