Good Friday Morning …

Significant weather changes ahead which include much cooler air this weekend, along with showers and drizzle by early Friday evening and extending thru all of Saturday. Mother’s Day Sunday looks drier BUT brisk and chilly for this time of year

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

Today starts off-dry and mostly cloudy with morning temperatures in the 50s.

Afternoon highs will be seasonable, but noticeably cooler than Thursday, Highs 60-65. A few sprinkles or light showers by very late afternoon (after 4PM) and evening, particularly areas further to the south and along the coast. Showers/drizzle likely Friday Night

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

Shower chances steadily increase Friday night, especially along the coast as an area of low pressure moves off the mid-Atlantic.

MOTHER’S DAY WEEKEND: Much Cooler. Raw, Damp Saturday, Drier Sunday.

Cool temperatures, extra clouds, and blustery winds return for the weekend, as an area of low pressure spins to our south. How close that low comes will determine whether southern New England also gets clipped with some rain. New data is pointing towards the risk for at least some scattered showers on Saturday. Right now, Mother’s Day still looks dry, but cooler than normal.

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