Weekend Outlook: The Quiet Weather Continues

September 16, 2022 // Article by: Kaitlyn Kelly

The past few days of dry weather have prepped us for more of the same this weekend, though a stray shower or two cannot be ruled out primarily in New England late in the day on Sunday. Let's jump into the details!


The first half of the weekend will feature mainly sunny skies and warmer afternoon temperatures as surface high pressure continues to grip the region. This translates into the overnight as well, with low temps falling to near normal compared to the last few chilly nights. Here's a loop of the forecast temperatures through the day and into Saturday night (8AM Saturday - 2AM Sunday).

Courtesy Tropical Tidbits (GFS)


The latter half of the weekend continues this trend of warm and dry weather for much of the region, though a slowly approaching boundary from the north may provide some instances of light rain or perhaps even just a sprinkle towards the tail end of the day in New England. Extremely limited rain amounts and coverage will likely prevent this risk from impacting outdoor plans, but don't be shocked if you see a few drops !! This is what simulated radar could look like from 2 PM Sunday through 8 AM Monday.  Notice the risk for more appreciable rainfall staying mainly to the north.

Courtesy of TropicalTidbits (GFS)

Other than watching for that risk, you can expect even warmer temperatures compared to Siunday as afternoon highs reach the low to mid 80s across much of the region. Check out the forecast temps for 2PM Sunday.

Courtesy of TropicalTidbits (GFS)

With all that being said, a largely stunning weekend is on tap minus the minor risk for a stray shower in New England late Sunday. Don't forget to follow us on social media and to also check out our podcast... It's called The Weather Lounge !! We hope you have a wonderful weekend !!