After a brief hiccup in the nice weather tomorrow, the weekend is looking great…with plenty of sunshine and warm summery conditions. In fact, this weekend and early next week will likely be the first stretch of weather this warm season that truly looks and feels like summer on Cape Cod.
Unfortunately, Friday’s weather won’t be quite as nice.
A pocket of cold air in the higher levels of the atmosphere will rotate through New England tonight and Friday and combine with a light northerly flow of air to yield a mainly gray sky and seasonably cool temperatures. With the wind blowing in off the Gulf of Maine throughout the day, temperatures will hold in the lower 60s (if skies can’t brighten enough, parts of the Outer Cape could hold under 60F) through the day, which will be a solid 10 to 15F below the average for the date (average high temperature at Hyannis on June 15th is 73F).
A sprinkle or a passing light shower can’t be ruled out as well, particularly during the morning hours.