The rain is gone! The clouds have cleared out…at least for the most part. That means we are in for a chilly night tonight! Lows will drop into the mid 40s on average with some upper 30s possible inland. Patchy fog may develop overnight. Make sure you grab the jacket or give the kids the jacket in the morning.
Monday will be a little bit warmer than today, but we are still going to stay unseasonably cool most of the week. Highs on Monday will reach the mid 60s, which is still pleasant, but cooler than the average high of 71°. The reason for the cooler weather is because of a large dip in the jet stream over New England and the Mid-Atlantic. A surface low off the coast of Canada and an upper level low spinning overhead will keep winds out of the north over the next few days. This will reinforce the cooler air mass in place.
With a mid level disturbance pivoting through the region, we can’t rule out the chance for an isolated shower developing Monday afternoon, although chances are very low. Notice how our Future Trak model doesn’t have much rain on the map, so I don’t think you will need the umbrella tomorrow.
Technically we will be unseasonably cool all week long, but highs in the 60s are still not that bad.
Have a great week everyone!
-Meteorologist Tiffany Savona
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