From Mark Searles:
The combination of a mostly cloudy sky and a southwest wind direction will keep temperatures a bit higher than last night, most areas in the mid to upper 30s (a bit cooler in the outlying valleys). A warm front will sit to our north Tuesday resulting in milder temperatures for the afternoon. A few widely scattered showers are possible Tuesday mainly from mid morning through mid afternoon.
Low pressure will develop over the Gulf of Maine early Wednesday bringing a shower in spots early otherwise it will be a chilly, brisk day with W/NW wind of 15-25mph at times. Dry & cool weather will build in fro Wednesday night through Friday then we will be monitoring the development of a potentially strong nor'easter over the water to our southeast for sometime this weekend.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy. Low: 35.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy with a chance of a scattered shower from mid morning through mid afternoon. High: 58
Wednesday: Chance of a brief AM shower, brisk and cool. High: 52
Thursday: Sunny. High: 49
Friday: Morning sun, some afternoon clouds. High: 47
Saturday: Increasing clouds, chance of rain moving in toward evening. High: 50
Sunday: Chance of rain and wind. High: 50
Monday: Clouds/shower possible. High: 53
Today's Record Temperatures