From Mark Searles:
Showers will continue off & on overnight along with gusty northeast wind of 20-40mph. The strongest wind and heaviest rain occurs Wedneday and will mainly be confined across the Cape & Islands where a tropical storm warning remains in effect.
Jose will weaken to a tropical storm Wednesday making an approach about 150 miles southeast of Nantucket. The ocean will stay churned up but the rain showers and strongest wind will gradually diminish Thursday. Clouds should linger Thursday afternoon with some breaks of sunshine developing on Friday and over the weekend as Jose's remnants fizzle over the waters of George's Bank offshore to our southeast.
You can monitor the progress of Jose & powerful hurricane Maria as it moves toward Peurto Rico right here on the National Hurricane Center's page.
Tonight: Showers and gusty NE wind 20-40mph. Low: 60-65
Wednesday: Rain and gusty wind (25-50mph, strongest near the coast). High: 72
Thursday: Mostly cloudy. High: 75
Friday: Partly sunny. High: 73
Saturday: Partly sunny. High: 77
Sunday: Mostly sunny. High: 82
Monday: Mostly sunny. High: 80
Tuesday: Partly sunny. High: 70
Today's Record Temperatures