Unsettled Tuesday, followed by a taste of fall
Monday has been mainly dry and warm, with much of the unsettled weather confined to northern New England along a cold front. (The image below is a snapshot around 3pm Monday. For a live look at the radar, click here: https://www.abc6.com/weather/radar/)
Look for increasing clouds as the front approaches our area Monday night, along with breezy conditions in the evening. Winds decrease overnight.
That cold front crosses our area Tuesday, bringing lots of clouds and some scattered showers.
Off in the Atlantic, Hurricane Sam is not expected to directly impact our area, staying out to sea. However, we’ll be on the lookout for big waves again over the weekend or early next week.
After Tuesday’s cold front, a real taste of fall sets in with highs in the 60s and lows in the 40s and 50s. Apart from clouds and a few isolated showers on Thursday, most of the stretch after Wednesday is dry with sunshine.
Tim Studebaker, StormTracker Meteorologist