Canadian high pressure helped push a cold front through last night and the change in air mass is noticeable. Dew points have dropped into the low to mid 50’s across Central/Western Massachusetts and Northern New England. Pockets of dews in the low 60’s continue in Southeastern MA/Southern RI/Southern CT.
The high T(DP) remain in these areas because the front has stalled just to the South of New England. There are thunderstorms just off Long Island as a wave of low pressure rides along the frontal boundary. This will move East-Southeast but some showers may clip the South Coast and Islands this morning as it does.
Winds will blow lightly out of the north today. Skies will be mostly sunny and max temperatures will be in the upper 70’s and low 80’s. Dew points will fall a little further into the upper 40’s/low 50’s.
Temperatures tonight will fall into the upper 40’s/low 50’s. The weather tomorrow will be similar before we swing back towards warm and humid weather Friday.