For The Rest Of Today: An area of high pressure will continue to build across New England the rest of today. This means that the rest of today will feature plenty of sunshine. High temperatures this afternoon will be near 75 Degrees.
Tonight: That high pressure system will remain in control of our weather tonight with clear skies expected. Some areas of fog are expected late tonight, especially across the Connecticut River Valley. Low temperatures tonight will be between 45 and 50 Degrees.
Tuesday: High pressure will bring the region a partly sunny day on Tuesday with high temperatures between 74 and 78 Degrees.
Wednesday: That high pressure system may hang on for one more day Wednesday, however, the combination of an approaching frontal system from the west and a possible developing tropical storm well southeast of Nantucket could influence our weather.
This all means that I think skies on Wednesday morning will be partly sunny, but we should see an increase in cloudiness during Wednesday afternoon. High temperatures Wednesday will be between 75 and 80 Degrees.
That frontal system will move through Western and Central Mass bringing with it some scattered showers during Wednesday night. Low temperatures Wednesday night will be near 60 Degrees.
Thursday: That frontal boundary will push to the east during the day on Thursday. This means that there will probably be a few leftover showers during Thursday morning with increasing sunshine Thursday afternoon. High temperatures Thursday will be near 80 Degrees.
Friday: An area of high pressure will control our weather on Friday with partly sunny skies expected. High temperatures Friday will be between 80 and 85 Degrees.
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