ON THE EDGE OF JOSE
The track of Jose will keep northern New England on the edge of some rain and gusty winds in the coming days. Clouds, fog, and drizzle will be with us on Tuesday thanks to a persistent onshore wind. Showers will enter the forecast late in the day. A steadier rainfall looks to be reserved for Tuesday night into Wednesday and primarily over southern and coastal Maine. Rainfall amounts should range from 0.25" to around 1" across the area. Winds will become gust on Wednesday but likely not extreme. Gusts 20 to 30 mph out of the NE and N will be with us Wednesday and Thursday. Sun will make a welcome return to the region on Thursday and Friday. Warmer than normal temperatures will again make an appearance as well. In fact low 80s will be common over inland regions this weekend.
-Hurricane Jose is located several hundred miles south of Nantucket this evening. Maine will be on the edge of the storm Tuesday and Wednesday bringing some wet weather at times and gusty winds. High surf and dangerous rip currents are expected.
-Hurricane Maria is a major hurricane and will likely move through Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands in the coming days. It's taking a similar track as Irma, but long range models suggest it will not go far enough west to impact Florida. The east coast of the US will need to monitor.
TUESDAY: Cloudy. Drizzle and showers developing. Highs 65 to 70. NE winds 5-10 mph.
TUESDAY NIGHT: Cloudy with rain and drizzle. Lows around 60.
WEDNESDAY: Cloudy with rain. Gusty winds. Late day highs around 70.
Today's Record Temperatures