Boston, Massachusetts 2021-05-04 11:04:22 –
The stormy rounds of the southern United States continue to erupt northeast, and thankfully hit the cool air at home, losing the potential for heavy thunderstorms and floods. Instead, a beneficial rain round has been delivered to New England.
Another bundle of atmospheric energy and moisture is already targeting New England and will arrive before dawn on Wednesday. However, in the meantime, as the noon and afternoon northeasterly winds intensify along the East Coastline, the feeling of life on Monday afternoon increases, leaving pockets of drizzle near the coast.
High temperatures only reach the mid-50s, and Connecticut reaches the late 60s. Eastern Maine also climbs in the late 1960s, with partially sunny skies.
Another round of rain arrives in New England overnight, with minimum temperatures falling in the mid to early 40s. Wednesday is characterized by continuous rain at about the same temperature, given the sustained land flow from the Gulf of Maine.
Temperatures have eased several degrees, with maximum temperatures throughout Connecticut reaching the mid-1950s and mid-1960s. By the afternoon, the rain will gradually shower as the cyclone moves offshore. Some thunder can’t be ruled out.
Thursday is a much more of a choice this week as surface highs build up overhead in the region. Highs reach south from the mid-1960s and up to the north in the mid-1950s.
A cloudy sky continues on Friday due to another cyclone approaching the Ohio River Valley. Highs reach from the late 50s to the late 60s, a little lower than normal during this period.
Weekends are generally sunny and showers can be showered on Saturdays with the exclusive First Alert 10 Day Forecast. Clouds stop on Sundays and may rain by evening.
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