There is a Low Pressure System North of New England with a cold front stretched South along the East Coast. This cold front moved through the area early this morning. In the wake of this front, an extensive, ridge of high pressure will move toward our area. There is a secondary Low Pressure system that is developing over the Midwest.
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In the wake of a cold front and as High Pressure builds in to the area, we will continue to see gradually decreasing clouds and low rain chances across the state. This ridge of high pressure will stick around for a couple of days before moving off to the East. This will bring us clear skies and pleasant daytime highs. Overnight lows can be expected to become chilly at times and drop into the lower to mid 50's at times. Conditions will remain "Fall-like" until our next system moves through.
For the rest of the day
Expect gradually decreasing clouds and low rain chances, this afternoon and evening. Highs will only climb into the lower 80's as a cooler and more dry air mass moves overhead. Winds will become moderate and out of the North East. Overnight, skies clear out and lows will drop into the 50's.
For the rest of the 7day planner
In the wake of this cold front, High Pressure will influence our weather through the later part of the work week. That means clear skies, low rain chances and chilly overnight lows. Rain chances will slowly return this weekend with a slight chance in the afternoon.
TODAY...Expect gradually decreasing clouds and falling rain chances. Conditions will become partly cloudy with only a slight (20%) for continued rain. Highs 79-85. North, becoming NW wind 5-15mph.
TUESDAY NIGHT...Clearing skies and much cooler. Lows 52-60. North wind 3-8 mph.
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