36-hour Forecast (Through Midnight Friday)

Friday AM Update

This forecast remains on track.  Rain will arrive Friday after 1 PM.  The heaviest rain will be in Northern New England.  Here is the expected precipitation through Saturday at 8 AM.

NWS Precipitation Forecast through Saturday 8 AM (image Weatherbell)

Check back for another update in the morning.

The previous discussion is below.

High pressure will remain in control this afternoon, but a storm system in the Midwest will slowly move east bringing chances of rain on Friday.  Temperatures this afternoon will climb into the mid to upper 70’s away from the South Coast, Cape, and Islands.  Temperatures will only be in the mid to upper 60’s tomorrow.  Dew points will rise from the 40’s, where they will be this afternoon, to near 60 tomorrow.

NWS Max Temperatures Thursday (image Weatherbell)

Thursday Afternoon

High pressure will lead to mostly sunny skies this afternoon.

NOAA GOES_East Visible Satellite

Clouds will begin to increase this evening as a storm system to our west slowly moves east.  A wave of low pressure along a front will begin moving through Upstate New York.  This will lift into Northern New England overnight.

WPC Surface Fronts/Precipitation Thursday 8 PM


Rain breaks out in Burlington, VT after 3 AM tonight.  Temperatures will fall into the low to mid 50’s.  Here is the simulated radar for 8 AM.

12z NAM hires Sim Radar Friday 8 AM (image Weatherbell)

The rain will pick up in Central and Eastern Massachusetts around 11 AM.  Steady rain will fall between 12-4 PM and then some showers will linger until 7 PM or so.  Most of the rain moves offshore by 8 PM.

12z NAM hires Sim Radar Friday 2 PM (image Weatherbell)
12z NAM hires Sim Radar Friday 8 PM (image Weatherbell)

Temperatures tomorrow will be highest in the CT River Valley and Bristol County.

NWS Max Temperatures Friday (image Weatherbell)

The weekend forecast is available, check it out!

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