Tracking an approaching cold front Tonight which will bring some scattered showers and a few thunderstorms after 10pm and continue off and on during the overnight hours
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By the time the cold front reaches southeastern New England tonight, the risk for severe weather diminishes as many of the storms will be weakening or drying up. This front will stall just offshore keeping our weather cool and unsettle Thursday into Friday
The risk of a few showers continues on Friday and Friday night as we monitor a developing off-shore storm. It’s a system the National Hurricane Center is keeping an eye on, too. At this time its being labeled as INVEST 96-L
“INVEST 96-L” has the potential to become a tropical depression or tropical storm in the next 24 hours. Right now it looks to track far enough away that any impacts would be minimal (clouds, a few showers, building seas), but we’ll continue to monitor it.
As the system moves away on Saturday, clouds will clear for brighter skies by afternoon along with above average temperatures for the weekend.