Good evening to you!
What a fantastic day. Warm, but not humid in the least with a high temp in the mid 60s to mid 70s and nothing but sunshine for miles. That sunshine may be hard to come by over the weekend, but the fall-esque temps stick around and rain chances, while nonzero, remain limited.
Tonight, it’s mostly clear with a low temp in the 40s to near 50 degrees. Some patchy fog is possible, though not to the extent of the last few mornings. Wind, light and variable.
Friday starts out with ample sunshine, but clouds meander in throughout the day and may bring a handful of spotty light showers by the evening, especially over New York. The temp reaches the mid 60s to around 70 with a light west breeze. Mostly cloudy Friday night. Mid 40s to low 50s.
Saturday features passing moments of sun, but plenty of stubborn clouds for two reasons – one, Dorian will be passing by offshore and its very outermost clouds (and perhaps light showers in New Hampshire) just barely clip us. Two, another weak wave, just like Friday, sneaks in from the northwest off the Great Lakes. The day may close out with scattered to isolated, light and quick-moving showers. Rainfall totals are generally less than one-quarter inch, or even one-tenth of an inch, so don’t expect a washout. Mid to upper 60s. Partly sunny Sunday. Mid to upper 60s, once again.
Have a marvelous Friday!
-Skytracker Chief Meteorologist Amanda Thibault