Good Tuesday to one and all. It’s another absolutely amazing weather day across the commonwealth as warm weather continues to flex on the overall pattern. This carries us into the start of the weekend before we change things up a bit.

Some notes on the next few days:

  • Temps across the west will be rather toasty and make a run at some of the earliest 90 degree numbers on record.
  • Much of the central and east will warm into the 80-85 degree range.
  • Skies are mostly dry during this time.
  • That said, we need to watch the northwestern sky tonight for a few showers and storms trying to drop into the west. These likely dry up before they can complete the journey, but it could be a close call.

A few showers and storms will then move in here for the weekend as a cold front drops in from the northwest. This will merge with some juice coming from the upper low backing in from the southwest, but nothing looks even close to washout material.

That trough digging in behind this front is showing up more progressive now on the models…





That faster in and faster out scenario could keep our temps normal to a touch below before bouncing back.

Most of the storm action during this time looks very scattered and so does any such action into the middle of next week. The 10 day rain totals from the forecast models aren’t too jazzed up, but the EURO is more of a jazz fan than the GFS…





Enjoy your day and take care.