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StormWatch 7 HD Maps: Regional Temps
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Today's Forecast Updated Monday at 6:50 AM
Increasing clouds and breezy today with a late day sprinkle possible.
- This Morning:
- Mostly sunny, breezy, and cool
- Temperatures: 30s and 40s
- Wind: NW 5-15 mph
- This Afternoon:
- Partly sunny, breezy, with an isolated shower possible
- Highs: 60-65°
- Wind: NW 10-20 G 25 mph
- Partly cloudy and breezy
- Lows: 39-46°
- Wind: NW 10-15 mph
The work week starts off dry, but don't be surprised if you encounter a sprinkle by midday. An upper level system spinning over New England will bring midday clouds, breezy winds, and an isolated shower. It will remain breezy overnight with partly cloudy skies and cool lows in the 40s. Tuesday and Wednesday will be dry and seasonal with highs, right where we should be this time of year, around 70 degrees. The forecast becomes more uncertain late week with a southern system attempting to merge with a deep trough and upper level low. All this means is late week rain chances are possible Thursday, possible lingering into Friday. There is still a lot of uncertainly within the models, so we'll have to monitor the developing forecast. At this point, next weekend looks fantastic! Partly to mostly sunny and warm with highs in the low to mid 70s!
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