If you are a night owl and you decide to stay up late, you might want to check out the night sky, after midnight, as the Geminid Meteor Showers could light up the sky with a brilliant light show. The best viewing time will occur between 2AM to 4AM early Sunday morning across the Northeast. Skies should stay mostly clear so that you may have a good view of the meteor showers directly overhead as the waning moon will be low across the southeast sky.
High pressure will continue to dominate our weather tomorrow and Monday with sunshine and dry weather. Temperatures will average near normal for this time of year with no rain or snow for the next several days, as we enjoy a nice stretch of quiet weather through early next week.
Our next period of unsettled weather will affect our area late Tuesday night into early Wednesday morning with mostly rain showers as a cold front and low pressure swings through New England. There could be a few scattered rain and or snow showers late Wednesday into Thursday. However most of the showery activity should stay to our north. Meanwhile, colder air moves backs into the region late in the week and into next weekend with temperatures cooling to seasonable levels for this time of year.
Tonight: Partly cloudy to clear. Low: 20’s.
Sunday: Mostly sunny. High: 37-42.
Monday: Sunny. High: 35-40.
Tuesday: Early sun, mixing with afternoon clouds, mild. High: 40’s; chance for rain showers at night.
Wednesday: Early rain showers, then partly sunny, brisk. High: 40’s.
Thursday: Partly sunny, colder. High: 30’s.
Friday: Mostly sunny and seasonable. High: 30’s.