After a great weekend, we're looking at a little unsettled start to the week with a more significant period of unsettled weather mid week. With that said, Monday still will not be a wash out by any means and temperatures will continue to be seasonal. Here are the specific details
TONIGHT: Increasing clouds with a few pre-dawn showers inland areas. Low temperatures will range 56-61 with a light southerly wind.
MONDAY: Generally cloudy start with a few showers possible until noon, then a nicer afternoon with seasonal highs between 75-80. Winds will be from the ssw-sw 5-15mph.
MONDAY NIGHT: A weak cold front will slip through by morning providing nothing more than a wind shift to the northwest. Temperatures will be a bit milder ahead of the front, generally falling from 57-62.
TUESDAY: Mostly Sunny to Partly Cloudy with seasonal temperatures from 75-80. Winds will be from the North much of the day 5-16mph
Tuesday Night- Wednesday: A storm forms south of New England increasing clouds over night Tuesday and WEdnesday morning with rain developing later in the day Wednesday lasting into Thursday morning as the storm travels northeast through the gulf of Maine. Temperatures will be back in the mid 70s for both Wednesday and Thursday, but with clearing later Thursday and more sunshine Friday, temperatures will rebound to seasonal levels, generally 77-81 by Friday.