The coldest air of the season is in play for most of this week.
The humidity will be increasing today, along with the chance of showers.
Sunshine starts the day, but clouds will finish. Temperatures are running cooler today.
Temperatures this afternoon will reach close to or above 80 degrees.
A surge of warm air is pushing northward today and will help temperatures reach levels up to 20 degrees above average in some areas.
Temperatures will feel more like August than October for a few days this week
Dry and cool weather will be in all weekend long.
Sunshine abounds this afternoon as temperatures reach the upper 50s along the water, but mid 60s inland.
Friday and Monday are the two sunniest days of the next four, with Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning likely the cloudiest periods.
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Today will be sunny with temperatures in the low 70s.
Several days of wonderful weather is on the way for much of southern New England.
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Today may be gloomy, but the rest of the week looks like fantastic weather.
Southern New England will see a lot clouds and some rain this weekend. Temperatures will also be quite cool.
A stalled-out weather pattern will keep sunshine at a minimum for the next several days.
Sunshine will be limited into the weekend with an increasing chance of wet weather at the end of the week.
We certainly haven't seen constantly poor weather lately. But today will be a rainy one, and the rest of the week there will be far less sunshine.
Mornings won't be this chilly for a while. Nighttime temperatures over the next month will average in the lower to mid-50s.
One more warm day today will be followed by much colder air this weekend.