Good Saturday Morning

Locally dense fog will continue through the early morning hours of Saturday with warm hazy sunshine returning by afternoon. Clouds and fog will take longer to burn off along the south shore, and this combined with a light sea breeze, will keep coastal communities cooler, in the upper 60s.

***DENSE FOG ADVISORY in effect thru 8AM Saturday***

Hour by Hour: A look at the next 36 hours’ conditions »

THIS WEEKEND: Warm Temperatures Continue; Early A.M. Fog To Hazy Afternoon Sun

The upcoming weekend will be warm and humid. Low clouds and dense fog in the early mornings will thin for a mix of clouds and hazy sun in the afternoons. We’ll have to watch for an isolated shower, with the highest chance of seeing a shower on Saturday night, ending by dawn Sunday

If you’re thinking about going to the beach, keep in mind the water temperature is only in the upper to 40s to low 50s, which will impact the air temperature at the shore. Highs will be in the mid to upper 60s, with stubborn low clouds and fog each morning and again in the evening and night. At this point, any afternoon sun along the shore will be somewhat limited.

Right now we’re expecting partly to mostly cloudy skies on Sunday night, when a total lunar eclipse takes place.

https://www.wpri.com/dont-miss/total-lunar-eclipse-with-super-flower-blood-moon-to-be-visible-this-weekend/embed/#?secret=wWXeRaBLi6Total Lunar Eclipse Sunday night

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