Summary: Zonal upper level flow and a surface high to our south will advect milder and more humid air into the region during the next 24-36 hours.
A deepening shortwave over the high plains will help to make that flow more unidirectional with height out of the southwest by causing a weak upper level ridge to develop downstream over eastern New England. Breezy conditions are expected today and tomorrow due to a pressure gradient with that surface high and an area of low pressure approaching Ontario, then a weak surface cold front approaches the area Monday night associated with a low further to the north in Canada. Enhanced cloud cover and light precipitation is possible late Monday and into Tuesday.
Sunday: Generally Sunny with some high clouds increasing in coverage during the afternoon. High near 60. Southwest winds 10-15 MPH
Sunday Night: Mostly Cloudy. Milder with a low near 50. Southwest winds 10-15 MPH
Monday: Mostly Cloudy, showers possible during the afternoon. Chance of Rain 30%. Mild with a high near 64. Winds Southwest 10-15 MPH
Monday Night: Mainly cloudy with some light rain possible. Low near 52. Chance of rain 40%
Tuesday: Rain possible, mainly before noon. Otherwise cloudy with a high near 65. Chance of rain 40%
Wednesday: Rain, possibly Heavy. Not as warm with a high near 60, falling through the 50’s late. Chance of Rain 50%