A stalled front across New York that has been the focal point for showers passing the region during the last 24 hours will dissipate thereby reducing areal coverage of the showers today. High pressure located across Eastern Canada will drift south-southeast across New England and Connecticut with increasing sunshine on Saturday, with full sunshine on Sunday.
Temperatures will average below normal this weekend followed by a big warm-up next week; as high pressure will sink south and east of New England transporting a very warm and increasingly humid air-mass over the region. Expect daily highs in the low 80’s to start early next week, warming significantly into the upper 80’s to near 90 by the middle.
Today: Mostly cloudy, chance for a few scattered showers. High: low-mid 70’s.
Saturday: Slight chance for an early shower, otherwise clouds mixing with sun this afternoon. High: mid-upper 70’s.
Sunday: Partly to mostly sunny, dry and pleasant. High: 75-80.
Monday: Sunny. High: low 80’s.
Tuesday: Sunny. High: mid 80’s.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, hot and humid. High: 85-90.
Thursday: Partly to mostly sunny, still very warm and humid. High: mid-upper 80’s.