Quiet weather with lots of gray skies expected through the weekend. A round of clouds this afternoon may produce a scattered sprinkle or flurry. Temperatures remain a little below normal over the weekend. Sunday will be the colder day. Another weak system with lots of clouds/chilly temps and a stronger wind Sunday with a scattered flurry. Temperatures will finally reach the 50s midweek next week!
Today: Early sunshine followed by clouds for the midday/afternoon. A quick shower or flurry possible in one or two towns. Highs in the 40s.
Tonight: A flurry possible otherwise variable cloudiness. Lows in the 20s to lower 30s.
Saturday: Clouds and limited sunshine with highs in the 40s.
Sunday: An offshore storm may produce a rain/snow shower. Most of the time dry. A little colder with highs only around 40°.
Monday: Sun and clouds with highs in the mid 40s.
Tuesday: Sun to clouds with highs near 50.
Wednesday: Mainly cloudy with a rain shower possible. Highs near 55.
Thursday: Showers ending with partial clearing. Highs near 55-60….cooler shore.