Another great summer day is ahead in southern New England. As a weak front moves through, there will be a slight chance of an isolated sprinkle.
Winds will be from the west-northwest. This is a “land-breeze” which should allow the south coast to warm well into the 80s.
Humidity will be dropping during the day, especially for inland spots. But the “muggies” may linger for a while along the south coast.
Humidity will drop even more on Monday. Monday will be warm, but because of the lower humidity, it might be a good day to catch up on some yard work if you have the time!
Humidity will rise once again by Wednesday with highs near 90. On Thursday, some showers, thunderstorms, and downpours are possible courtesy of Barry’s remnants which will combine with a front later this week.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend!
-Meteorologist Pete Mangione