High pressure will continue to control our weather pattern through the start of the weekend. It will build into New England overnight and promote a clear and chilly night for us with a big temperature range across the region. With clear skies and a light northerly flow, along with low dew points, temperatures will drop into the 20s in most locations, even in the city with a few suburbs bottoming out in the upper teens.
The center of the high will move over Nova Scotia tomorrow, but its influence will nose southward through the mid-Atlantic which will keep our weather dry and chilly. The low-level flow will shift from a northeast direction in the morning to a more southeasterly direction in the afternoon as the high moves away.
Meanwhile, some warm advection will be taking place heading into the afternoon in advance of a disturbance moving into the Great Lakes region. As a result, we will expect a mix of sun and clouds into the afternoon with increasing clouds by tomorrow night. If this chilly weather isn’t for you, we are looking at a warm-up into the 50s by the end of next week!
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