Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Boston, MA
AWUS81 KBOX 271126
Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
730 AM EDT Thu Apr 27 2017
Heavy dense fog currently sitting across Southern New England. Fog
will be continue throughout the day, but visibility should
gradually increase as temperatures warm. Today will be cloudy and
dry throughout the day, with warming temperatures across the region.
Afternoon temperatures will range in the 60s, with the coast and
Islands remaining in the 50s. Overnight temperatures will be in the
50s as clouds remain in place over the region. Winds will become
southerly overnight, which will advect a warmer air mass over New
England for the weekend.
Friday morning will be cloudy as well before a weak cold front moves
through the region, bringing a chance of rain showers. Skies will
gradually clear through the morning as the weak boundary diminishes.
Skies will remain mostly sunny throughout the day. Westerly winds
Friday will feature above normal temperatures with afternoon highs
ranging in the 70s, with the coast remaining in the 60s. Overnight
lows will range in the 50s once more.
Skies will become cloudy once more Saturday morning, as well as
increasing winds across Southern New England. Wind gusts may reach
up to 30 mph inland. Saturday will be similar to Friday temperature
wise, with isolated areas possibly reaching into the 80s. Overnight
temperatures Saturday will range in the 40s and 50s.
Sunday morning will be mostly cloudy and windy with seasonable
temperatures. Afternoon temperatures will range in the 50s and 60s
across Southern New England. Wind gusts will peak Sunday morning,
gusting up to 30 mph along the Cape and Islands. Skies will
marginally clear Sunday afternoon as a high builds in over southern
Canada. Overnight temperatures will range in the 40s as winds will
become southeasterly as winds diminish across the region.
Overcast skies will return Monday with increasing winds Monday
evening. Winds will peak near 25 mph along the coast.