Rest of the night, mostly cloudy. Temps 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.
ABC6 Chief Meteorologist, Jeff Desnoyers