High pressure builds over the region today into Wednesday allowing more typical July warmth to invade the region, but only briefly, as a cold front will move into the region late Wednesday, putting an end to the short-lived warm spell by Thursday. But it does set us up for a nice Friday and Saturday before the next trough from the west brings shower threats Sunday into early next week.
Forecast for southeastern New England (southern NH, eastern MA, and RI)…
TODAY: Areas of fog especially coastal locations early morning otherwise mostly sunny. Highs 70s immediate coast and Cape Cod, 80s elsewhere. Wind SW up to 10 MPH but sea breezes near the coast.
TONIGHT: Mostly clear to start but areas of low clouds and fog forming later. Lows 65-70. Wind light S to SW.
WEDNESDAY: Areas of low clouds and fog to start, then mostly sunny to partly cloudy. Showers/thunderstorms may arrive in areas well north and west of Boston by late day. Highs 75-80 Cape Cod and some coastal areas, 80s to around 90 elsewhere. Wind SW to W 10-20 MPH with higher gusts.
THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers AM. Clearing PM. Low 62. High 77.
FRIDAY: Mostly sunny. Low 55. High 80.
SATURDAY: Mostly sunny. Low 60. High 85.
SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy. PM showers. Low 65. High 80.
MONDAY: Variably cloudy. Chance of showers. Low 65. High 80.