Dry and mild Saturday continues in New England – NBC Boston

High pressure north of New England will keep us dry and mild today, but coastal communities will still experience persistent and cool onshore currents. Expect some sunshine along the coastline early this afternoon, while inland locations will see more clouds in the way. Ultimately, those clouds move eastward as a frontal boundary west of New England slowly marches eastward.

Northeasterly winds shifting east later today will keep the coastline in check, with temperatures reaching the low to mid 50s, while the 60s will also be common inland.

Lots of clouds tonight, but it will remain on the dry side. With a weak wind from the east-southeast, some spots of fog will form. Lows in the 40s.

Sunday looks mostly dry in the Boston area, with the chance of showers increasing later in the day as the frontal boundary pushes through New England. Generally the day will be cloudy, with rain showers breaking out across western parts of New England in the early to mid-morning hours.

Rain will move across central and northern New England by mid-afternoon, and into the Boston area by evening. Highs in the mid 50s, some low 60s inland and in central and northern Maine.

Showers will continue Sunday night and leave the coast by mid-morning Monday, with winds turning southerly and ushering in warmer temperatures by the afternoon. Much of Monday afternoon looks dry with sunshine and clouds, but a stray shower cannot be ruled out with temperatures rising into the 70s and cooler along the immediate south-facing coastlines and the Cape.

Tuesday looks like next week’s pick, with highs rising into the 70s, and maybe a few low 80s domestically? We will see! Onshore flow returns mid-week with showers recalibrated as noted in our exclusive 10-day forecast.

Happy Saturday!