Warm southwest winds continue to blow over the area today, ensuring another mild mid-April day across the region. Temperatures in the 40s this morning will top out in the upper 50s to middle 60s across the Cape.
The only “weather” to track today is the eastward progression of a fairly weak cold front pressing across the Northeast.
This frontal zone will approach the eastern part of New England this afternoon and will push offshore this evening, forcing the unseasonably warm air out to sea.
With a relatively dry air mass over the region and the system’s best energy focused to our north, the odds for wet weather with the incoming front are quite low. That said, a brief sprinkle or short-lived shower could pass over parts of the Cape for a time this afternoon.
This morning’s regional radar shows some light precipitation off to our west…this will tend to break apart and thin out as it heads eastward: