Remember the sun? After a couple of gray days, Wednesday’s sun will be a welcome sight in the sky! The day will get off to a murky start with low clouds and fog. But that moisture will burn away revealing some sun accompanied by a warm-up. Temperatures will climb into the 60s (50s for the shore). There is a chance for a late day or evening shower as a fast moving weather system flies by.
Another fast-moving disturbance will zip through Thursday too. While most of your Saint Patrick’s Day looks dry with partial sun, afternoon showers and thunderstorms are possible. Some of those storms could even be strong with gusty winds.
Colder (albeit seasonable) air returns Friday into the weekend. The question is, will that cool down be accompanied by storminess?
On The Weather Watch: We’re watching Late Sunday into Monday for a potential nor’easter. 5-6 days there's a lot we don't know. The storm could bring a cold rain and/or late-season snow. But there's also a chance it stays harmlessly out to sea. It would be "funny" if we got snow the first day of spring.
What are you rooting for? Team 'cold rain', 'snow' or 'miss'?
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, patchy fog. Low: 39-45.
Wednesday: Early fog burns off. Becoming partly sunny. Chance for evening showers. High: 56-62.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, chance for afternoon showers or thunderstorms. Some could be strong with gusty winds. High: 55-60.
Friday: Partly cloudy, chance rain/snow shower in spots. High: Upper 40s-Near 50.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, cooler. Highs: Mid 40s.
Sunday: Increasing clouds. Chance for rain/snow developing late. High: Mid 40s.