Low pressure remains parked over northern New England. For us that means a couple more days with this unsettled weather pattern. The good news is the fact that at least our weather isn't a complete washout. I even think we will see some breaks of sunshine through the morning. The threat of showers continues though. The best chance of showers both Tuesday and Wednesday will be during the afternoon. This low finally starts to head out of here on Friday allowing for high pressure to take control of our weather.
Today - Partly sunny skies, not as windy as yesterday, and high temperatures in the mid to low 50s. Still can't rule out a chance of showers during the morning, but the best chance of rain showers will be during the afternoon.
Tonight - Partly to mostly cloudy skies, light winds, and lows in the 30s. Only a few isolated showers expected.
Wednesday - Much like Tuesday we will have partly sunny skies, highs in the mid to low 50s, and scattered showers.
Extended Forecast - Thursday marks the last day of this unsettled stretch of weather. High pressure will start to briefly build in on Friday and Saturday providing us with brighter skies. Next round of showers arrives late Saturday night. Skies will be mostly cloudy Sunday with a chance of afternoon showers.