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42°
Wind: Calm
Driving

Activity Meter: Driving

Today's Forecast

Saturday

Overnight

Clearing skies
37°

Wind: Light East

Activity Meter: 4

Clearing skies

Sunday

Daytime

Sunny skies; Remains cool
57°

Wind: East 5-10 mph

Activity Meter: 4

Sunny skies; Remains cool

Sunday Delight

Temperatures this weekend and Monday are at least 10 degrees below seasonal averages. Valley frost is possible for the next three nights. Then expect clear skies through Wednesday with a gradual warming trend beginning Tuesday. There's no rain at all in this forecast. We won't be back to seasonally average temperatures until the end of next week. Fall officially begins Tuesday at 9:30 AM.

7-Day Forecast

Sunday

Overnight

Clear skies; Patchy valley frost late
36°

Wind: Calm

Activity Meter: 4

Clear skies; Patchy valley frost late

Monday

Daytime

Sunny and pleasant; Patchy frost in the morning; Light East wind
55°

Wind: Light East

Activity Meter: 4

Sunny and pleasant; Patchy frost in the morning; Light East wind

 

Overnight

Clear; Cold; Areas of  frost late
34°

Wind: Calm

Activity Meter: 4

Clear; Cold; Areas of frost late

Tuesday

Daytime

Mostly sunny; Areas of patchy frost in the morning; A little warmer
61°

Activity Meter: 4

Mostly sunny; Areas of patchy frost in the morning; A little warmer

 

Overnight

Mostly clear
40°

Activity Meter: 4

Mostly clear

Wednesday

Daytime

Mostly sunny; Seasonable
72°

Activity Meter: 5

Mostly sunny; Seasonable

 

Overnight

Mostly clear
47°

Activity Meter: 5

Mostly clear

Thursday

Daytime

Partly cloudy; Pleasant
66°

Activity Meter: 5

Partly cloudy; Pleasant

 

Overnight

A few clouds
49°

Activity Meter: 5

A few clouds

Friday

Daytime

Partly cloudy
66°

Activity Meter: 5

Partly cloudy

 

Overnight

Scattered clouds
50°

Activity Meter: 5

Scattered clouds

Discussion

Sunday Delight

The center of high pressure drifts from the Eastern Great Lakes into New England this weekend. Next week, it will be forced southward in response to Hurricane Willard headed into the Canadian Maritime region. This large airmass will control our weather through the entire 7-day forecast.

This weekend and Monday are more than 10 degrees cooler than average for mid-September with frost possible in deeper valleys. A gradual warming trend commences Tuesday, and we'll be back to seasonal averages by the end of next week. No precipitation is expected through next week; however, we will keep an eye on Tropical Storm Beta in the Western Gulf--a move in our direction by the end of next week is not impossible.

Saturday

Overnight

Clearing skies
37°

Wind: Light East

Activity Meter: 4

Clearing skies

Sunday

Daytime

Sunny skies; Remains cool
57°

Wind: East 5-10 mph

Activity Meter: 4

Sunny skies; Remains cool

Sunday Delight

Temperatures this weekend and Monday are at least 10 degrees below seasonal averages. Valley frost is possible for the next three nights. Then expect clear skies through Wednesday with a gradual warming trend beginning Tuesday. There's no rain at all in this forecast. We won't be back to seasonally average temperatures until the end of next week. Fall officially begins Tuesday at 9:30 AM.

Sunday

Overnight

Clear skies; Patchy valley frost late
36°

Wind: Calm

Activity Meter: 4

Clear skies; Patchy valley frost late

Monday

Daytime

Sunny and pleasant; Patchy frost in the morning; Light East wind
55°

Wind: Light East

Activity Meter: 4

Sunny and pleasant; Patchy frost in the morning; Light East wind

 

Overnight

Clear; Cold; Areas of  frost late
34°

Wind: Calm

Activity Meter: 4

Clear; Cold; Areas of frost late

Tuesday

Daytime

Mostly sunny; Areas of patchy frost in the morning; A little warmer
61°

Activity Meter: 4

Mostly sunny; Areas of patchy frost in the morning; A little warmer

 

Overnight

Mostly clear
40°

Activity Meter: 4

Mostly clear

Wednesday

Daytime

Mostly sunny; Seasonable
72°

Activity Meter: 5

Mostly sunny; Seasonable

 

Overnight

Mostly clear
47°

Activity Meter: 5

Mostly clear

Thursday

Daytime

Partly cloudy; Pleasant
66°

Activity Meter: 5

Partly cloudy; Pleasant

 

Overnight

A few clouds
49°

Activity Meter: 5

A few clouds

Friday

Daytime

Partly cloudy
66°

Activity Meter: 5

Partly cloudy

 

Overnight

Scattered clouds
50°

Activity Meter: 5

Scattered clouds

Sunday Delight

The center of high pressure drifts from the Eastern Great Lakes into New England this weekend. Next week, it will be forced southward in response to Hurricane Willard headed into the Canadian Maritime region. This large airmass will control our weather through the entire 7-day forecast.

This weekend and Monday are more than 10 degrees cooler than average for mid-September with frost possible in deeper valleys. A gradual warming trend commences Tuesday, and we'll be back to seasonal averages by the end of next week. No precipitation is expected through next week; however, we will keep an eye on Tropical Storm Beta in the Western Gulf--a move in our direction by the end of next week is not impossible.