David Epstein has spent 30 years as a meteorologist. He was born in Portland, Maine, and studied meteorology at Lyndon State College in Lyndonville, Vt. He now teaches at Framingham State University and Colby College. He is also a horticulturalist and founder of GrowingWisdom.com.
In fact, Wednesday will also be another beautiful, warm fall day. Friday will be chilly with showers, but the rest of the long weekend looks cool, dry and bright.
Today will be the chilliest day of the work week, with temperatures struggling to reach 60 degrees.
It will be a cold weekend, but the official track of Hurricane Joaquin is far enough east to pose no threat the U.S. mainland.
There’s no rain in today’s forecast, but showers and stormy weather will likely occur this weekend.
The heaviest rain fall will come this morning, likely affecting the early commute with possible downpours in the Boston area. Be on the look out for some flooding, too. This morning’s humidity will fade away, drawing in much cooler air by the evening.
Today will be cloudy and muggy, with highs between 75 and 80 degrees. There may be some scattered showers, but overall, the area should stay pretty dry.
Warmer and more humid air will flow into New England from the south, making the outdoors feel like summer once again for a couple days.
There won’t be much in the way of clouds Friday or Saturday but they will increase on Sunday.
Temperatures will be warmer Wednesday, but trend cooler in the weekend.
Our final day of summer won’t feel very warm, but we’ve had a very warm September so far anyway, with temperatures on several days falling above seasonal averages.