Our long run of well below average temperatures is finally – at least temporarily – coming to an end.
High pressure has slipped offshore and southerly winds have developed over the area. This southerly flow of air is tapping milder temperatures from our south and transporting them north and eastward into the region.
We can expect afternoon temperatures in the upper 40s and lower 50s today…readings holding in the 40s tonight and then jumping well into the 50s on Friday. In fact, if we’re lucky and the wind cooperates (less of a southerly component and more of a westerly direction) we could make a run at the lower 60s in spots Friday.
The average high for April 11th at Hyannis is 53th. So far this month, temperatures as a whole are running nearly 5F below average.