A fair late summer day
Any early morning showers around to start Monday clear out by mid-morning. A stalled frontal boundary over southern New England drops south, which clears the sky out. High pressure moves in and brings dry air and breezy conditions to the region through this afternoon.
Any clouds around dissipate after sunset, bringing a clear, cool night ahead.
Tuesday looks like another pleasant day, a bit cooler than Monday with highs topping out in the 60s for most. Clouds increase in the afternoon as high-pressure slides east and a warm front approaches the region from the southwest. A southerly breeze develops in the afternoon, keeping the shorelines on the cool side.
Showers Tuesday night,
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