It will be another comfortable night for sleeping as the humidity remains low and temperatures fall back into the 50s. Closer to the coast and in the city expect overnight temps to only fall back into the low to mid 60s. Winds will be light and skies mostly to partly clear. There may be some areas of patchy fog, but a dry night for all.
As high pressure has been ruling our weather pattern, more clouds and showers have been plaguing the south. An area of low pressure will push off the Mid-Atlantic and pass just to our south on Sunday. The northern edge of this system will increase the high and mid-level clouds, especially in southern areas, but depending on how close it gets, a sprinkle or isolated shower may even be possible. The best chance of seeing a spot shower will be closer to the south coast, Cape and Islands. The further north you head, the brighter the skies. Temperatures will vary from the low 80s under mostly sunny skies in northern and central New England, to the low 70s across the Cape. Winds will be light, and turn onshore once again in the afternoon keeping temperatures coolest.
If you are trying to make it a beach day… the further north you go… the more sun you'll see! Waves are running about 1-2 feet, so the risk of rip currents is low.
Heading into the work week our pattern will change as the summertime heat and humidity will slowly creep back into the forecast. By mid week, highs will be approaching the upper 80s if not near 90 in some spots. Even the chance of an afternoon shower or storm will increase through the week, the best chance will come with an approaching cold front on Thursday into Friday. That should break the heat as we head into next weekend!