There could be a sprinkle or some spotty drizzle, but that's about it. We might even have a shot at 80 degrees, but that will depend on the progression of the warm front and when the sun breaks through the clouds. The increased clouds coupled with moist southerly winds will make for a rather warm and muggy Saturday night, with relatively mild lows in the mid to upper 60s.
Sunday will be warm and humid with highs in the lower 80s over interior portions of the state. Low: 70. High: 94.
Monday: Lingering effects from Nate can be felt with scattered coverage of rain expected. Tonight, partly cloudy, with a low around 61.
Monday: Periods of rain, some could be heavy at times. He is forecast to become a hurricane as he moves into the south central Gulf of Mexico earlyl Saturday. A turn toward the north is forecast on Sunday morning, followed by a turn toward the north-northeast thereafter.
Way, says the National Weather Service website, with a high near 60 on Saturday. If you are planning any tailgating activities prior to the big game, you should remain dry but be sure to hold down the plates and napkins with something heavy!
For the rest of today, we will have more lovely weather! Highs will be in the low 80s.
Friday Night: Mainly clear. This cold front will bring showers and perhaps strong winds to the region. High: mid-upper 70s.
Tomorrow (Sunday): Mostly cloudy with showers and thunderstorms likely (80 percent) throughout the day. Last week, the area considered drier than average doubled across the northeast with almost 90 percent of MA having drier-than-average conditions.
For the second half of the work week a high will slide over the southeast from Texas causing summer-like conditions to stick around a little longer and keep the cooler air locked to the north.