Good morning! Another cool start this morning. As a matter of fact August has been a cool month with the average temperature running about 2 degrees below normal. For the most part this trend will continue for the next five days at least with a brief break today.
The ridge of high pressure that brought us a sunny Tuesday will give us a repeat today and temperatures will be a bit warmer.Around 80 Inland and cooler at the coast with a weak afternoon sea breeze. The high will move northeastward on Thursday allowing some clouds from a stalled out frontal system over New York to move over us so it won't be as sunny but still not bad. An east-SE wind around the high will keep our temperatures on the cool side.
Looks like a few more clouds and cooler Friday with an easterly wind. Both days we could see an isolated shower. The best chance in NH and the mountains.The high is expected to get stronger over the weekend. This should keep us precipitation free for the most part and also provide more September like temperatures for Saturday and Sunday. Dry Monday and Tuesday and warmer. Have a great day!