We have a transitional day of weather Wednesday as a trailing trough of low pressure pushes through New England. Gradual improvements are on the way late today through the end of the week with a big cool down to boot.

We’re kicking off our Wednesday with plenty of extra clouds and some leftover showers. There’s also a little bit of patchy fog. Temperatures are in the 50s/60s with a slight downtick in humidity; it’s an overall pretty comfortable start to the day, but you’ll want to make sure you have the umbrella on standby.

The afternoon will offer up the winding down of showers followed by breaks of sunshine and the kicking up of west-northwesterly breezes. Those cool winds will only allow temperatures to top out in the upper 60s to low 70s alongside decreasing clouds. West-northwest winds will average 10-20 mph.

Overnight, temperatures will dip into the 30s to low 40s as we dry out and clear out. If you have any late night or even early Thursday morning plans, make it a point to bundle up.

Nevertheless, there’s a small warm up in store for Thursday afternoon with highs achieving the lower to middle 60s alongside mostly sunny skies. Enjoy the next few “Sweater Weather Days”, friends!