For The Rest Of Today: A cold front will slowly push across southern New England through this afternoon. So, even though skies will gradually become partly sunny by this afternoon, there could be a very isolated shower or thunderstorm during the afternoon hours. With that said, a large majority of Western and Central Mass will stay dry through this afternoon.
High temperatures this afternoon will be between 78 and 82 Degrees.
Tonight: That cold front will gradually pull away from our area as an area of high pressure slowly builds in from the west. This means that skies tonight will be a mixture of clouds and stars. Low temperatures tonight will be near 55 Degrees.
Friday: That high pressure system will continue to build into the area during Friday giving us an absolutely beautiful day. Partly sunny skies are expected on Friday with decreasing humidity levels. High temperatures Friday will be near 80 Degrees.
This Weekend: Plenty of sunshine is expected on both Saturday and Sunday with high temperatures both days around 80 Degrees.
Monday: That high pressure system will begin to move away early next week and a frontal system will begin to approach the area from the west. This means that for the most part, Monday will be dry with a mixture of sunshine and clouds. It should be noted though that some shower activity will begin to move into the area late in the day Monday. High temperatures Monday will be near 80 Degrees.
Tuesday: That frontal boundary will push across southern New England during Tuesday bringing with it scattered shower activity. High temperatures Tuesday will be between 75 and 80 Degrees.
Wednesday: Partly sunny skies are expected on Wednesday as another high pressure system briefly takes control of our weather. High temperatures Wednesday will be between 75 and 80 Degrees.
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