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DENSE FOG ADVISORY IN EFFECT THRU 8AM SATURDAY
SATURDAY MORNING: Slow start with early morning clouds and fog. It may take until mid to late morning to burn off
SATURDAY 7AM FORECAST:
SATURDAY AFTERNOON: Increasing sunshine and much nicer. Temperatures will warm to 75 to 80.
SATURDAY 12PM FORECAST: Clouds will give way to partly to mostly sunny skies. It may take a few hours longer across southeast Mass/Cape for the clouds to move out.
SATURDAY 3PM FORECAST: Sunshine, warm and dry
BEACH SATURDAY: A gray start at the coast with low clouds and fog during the morning, burning off to some sunshine by Noon. Increasing surf and rip currents due to Tropical Storm Odette passing well offshore
THIS WEEKEND: Pleasant, Dry
Saturday morning starts off a little slowly, with clouds/fog and a chance of a shower on the Cape, but we’re expecting to be back to sunshine by afternoon as tropical storm Odette passes well south of us. The track will be far enough off-shore to spare us any significant impacts.
One thing we’ll be watching for at area beaches is increasing surf and a moderate risk for rip currents, especially on Saturday. Use caution if you go in the water..
Sunday looks great with sunshine and low humidity.