Well, here we are. We are about to officially say goodbye to summer and welcome in fall. After the past two days in the 80's, that summer weather will be all but a distant memory by the time we reach Thursday.
First of all, RAIN is moving into tonight with anywhere from between a half-inch to one inch of water. This is associated with a frontal boundry and will usher in some cooler air, only managing highs around 70 tomorrow afternoon. Another cool front will move through New England tomorrow night ushering in even colder air for Thursday. Highs Thursday in Boston metro will likely stay in the lower to mid 60's after morning lows in the 40's. Friday morning may be the coolest of all with lows in the 30's widespread in the suburbs and recovering into the 60's. Saturday wil be warmer with highs in the lower 70's as we welcome the beginning of Fall at 12:03AM. Sunday will be a damp day, by the way it looks right now, not a washout at this point, but there will be some showers around.
This will usher in cooler air again and we will be back down into the 60's. Just a side note, expect the OFFICIAL WINTER 2006-2007 FORECAST from "Southern New England Weather" by the end of October. More on that as we approach it.
For now, I'm saying adios.