Good Thursday Morning…

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Low clouds and fog, locally dense with Temperatures around 60.


Early morning clouds and dense fog will give way to sunshine by late morning and especially afternoon. It won’t be as warm as yesterday, but still very mild for this time of year with highs in the mid-70s.

Thursday Morning Visibility Forecast

We’ll be tracking a cold front moving across the Great Lakes region today, as well as some moisture in the Atlantic associated with Tropical Storm Philippe. As the front approaches Saturday, shower chances will increase.

Ocean, Bay & Beach // A look at the conditions by the coast »


On Friday, we’ll have more in the way of clouds in the sky and temperatures won’t be as warm. We should stay dry until the evening, however. Also, notice Tropical Storm Philippe entering the weather picture. Some of the moisture from a weakening Philippe will get mixed into the approaching front. We’ll see some rain, possibly heavy at times on Saturday. Drier weather returns on Sunday and Monday



Philippe has moved away from the Leeward Islands. The tropical storm has winds of 40mph and is moving north at 13mph. We may see Philippe strengthen a bit as it works its way northward toward Bermuda. It’ll likely be a tropical storm as it passes near the island.

Over the weekend, Philippe will be passing well to our east as a non-tropical storm, but the circulation is expected to move not too far away from Cape Cod, then into Maine or Atlantic Canada. We want to stress, that southern New England is not going to get a direct hit from Philippe, but rather the moisture from it may interact with Saturday’s approaching cold front. enhancing some of the showers.

Sunday and Monday will be more seasonable and dry.


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