Cool down Saturday night with lingering isolated showers
As the cold front passes this evening, cooler and drier air is expected to move into the region for tonight. An isolated rain shower leftover from today may linger into tonight and early tomorrow, but will clear out by the afternoon as the dry air from the north feeds into the state. Dew points will drop into the 40s and low 50s, so a chance of fog in the northern regions of the state is possible.
Dry and mild Sunday
Temperatures will be in the 60s throughout most of the state tomorrow with low 70s in the southwestern regions. Clouds will also linger throughout the state, especially in the mountains, keeping temperatures down. Dry air will still be feeding in from the North, so the chance of showers decreases as the day progresses and clouds will move out by the evening hours.
Temperatures will fall into the 40s throughout most of the state overnight, with some isolated 50s in the southern regions.
High pressure builds in to start the week, warm trend begins
A high pressure system moves into the region on Monday, bringing a warmer trend until the middle of the week. Temperatures Monday will be in the upper 60s in the northern regions and upper 70s in the southern regions. Drier air and winds from the N/NW will still linger throughout the state. A seabreeze will set up, but be limited to the immediate coast.
Looking Ahead: continued warming trend before chance of rain to end the week
The above GIF runs from Tuesday 6/9 to Friday 6/12, showing the daily max temperatures. Temperatures will continue to warm through Wednesday, reaching the upper 80s throughout much of New England. A system will move in for Thursday and Friday, bringing rain and lowering temperatures.
The GIF above shows the remnants of Tropical Storm Cristobal moving through the midwest U.S. and forming into a large scale system before impacting Maine. The tropical storm will move up the continental U.S. Tuesday and Wednesday, merging with another low pressure system and then begin to impact Maine on Thursday. However, this is still far out so the timing and locations impacted may change as the time grows closer. We will keep you updated with timing and impacts throughout the week as the situation becomes more clear.
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