The projected surface map Friday AM shows a trough over the Northeast and a coastal low just close enough to bring rain to the Cape and Islands.
|WPC Surface Fronts/Precipitation Friday 8 AM|
|NWS Max Temperatures Friday (image Weatherbell)|
A stalled frontal boundary will linger Saturday AM and PM without ever passing through the region. The presence of this boundary will touch off a few showers and thunderstorms, but this will be isolated. Here is that boundary as of 8 AM Saturday.
|WPC Surface Fronts Saturday 8 AM|
|NWS Max Temperatures Saturday (image Weatherbell)|
The stalled boundary will lift north Saturday night as a warm front. Our winds will shift and the warm summer-like weather will return. Lows Sunday AM will be in the low 60's. Temperatures will rise into the mid to upper 80's, even in Maine. There will be a bit of a sea breeze but it won't be overwhelming.
|NWS Max Temperatures Sunday (image Weatherbell)|