Tonight, mostly cloudy. Around 60°.
Thursday, a strong cold front will pass across the regions during the day. Heavy rain, a few thunderstorms. Heaviest of rain will likely fall between 11 A.M. and 3 P.M. Breezy conditions with winds out of South in the morning, shifting to the West in the afternoon 10-20 MPH. High temps around 70°. Thursday night, any lingering rain ends quick, clouds move out fast and temps drop. Mid to upper 40s. and breezy after midnight. Fall arrives at 9:04 P.M.
*A High Surf Advisory for Thursday night and Friday as Hurricane Fiona passes well to our East. More about Fiona below*
Friday, very cool for this time of year. The sun will feel good, but the temps only top in the 50s. Northwest winds gust 30-35 MPH. A “blustery” day for September. Friday night, cover the plants! Chilly with temps in the upper 30s and low 40s. Still breezy.
Saturday, sunny, breezy and cool. Mid-60s. Saturday night, clear and cool Upper 40s.
Sunday, warmer and sunny. Still a bit of a breezy out of the West. Low 70s. Sunday night. increasing clouds. A chance of showers late. Upper 50s.
Monday, a chance of showers. Low 70s.
Tuesday, partly sunny. Mid to upper 60s.
Wednesday, sunny. Mid-60s.
Hurricane Fiona is now a category 4 hurricane (Sustained winds of 130 MPH+) and will take a more Northeasterly turn tonight and track close to Bermuda Thursday night and Friday. A Hurricane Watch has been issued for Bermuda and a Tropical Storm Warning. Fiona will move North and bring damaging winds and heavy rainfall (and even some snow) to the Canadian Maritimes this weekend.
In addition to Fiona, Tropical Storm Gaston locations near the Azores and Invest 98L with a strong chance to be the next named system moving in the Southern Caribbean.
ABC6 Chief Meteorologist, Jeff Desnoyers