Forecast discussion: A low pressure system remaining stationary off the Carolina coastline kept some clouds overhead during the morning hours. However, we did see peeks of sunshine throughout the afternoon. I do not see much change in the forecast for Saturday, as the low pressure system will keep low clouds and some drizzle around Boston into Saturday afternoon. However, I do not expect any problems at Fenway as the Red Sox take on the Tigers.
By early Sunday morning, a high pressure system out of Canada will help push this low out to sea. We will see more sunshine on Sunday, as well as Columbus Day. So, any outdoor events look fantastic, as the high will continue to influence our weather into the middle of the week.
As we go into Thursday, a low pressure system in the Great Lakes will slowly move towards the east coast. We will see increasing clouds throughout the morning, with showers and light rain developing by the early evening. The precipitation will end by the early morning, with sunny skies by the afternoon. It appears that some much colder air will be moving over the Northeast U.S. for next weekend.
72 hour forecast:
Tonight: Partly to mostly cloudy with some patchy fog south of the Mass Pike and a low of 52.
Saturday: Partly sunny with drizzle and a widely isolated shower in the morning with a high of 63. Winds will come from the east-northeast at 11-14 mph.
Fenway Park Forecast (ALCS Game 1 vs. Detroit Tigers): Mostly cloudy, 58.
Saturday night: Mostly cloudy with a sprinkle and a low of 51. Winds will come from the east-northeast at 7-10 mph.
Sunday: Mostly sunny with a high of 60.
Sunday night: Partly cloudy with a low of 43.
Columbus Day: Mostly sunny with a high of 64.
Monday night: Partly cloudy with a low of 48.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny. Highs 65-68, lows 50-53.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy. Highs 66-69, lows 51-54.
Thursday: Cloudy by the morning, with showers by the evening. Highs 65-68, lows 50-53.
Friday: Showers/rain end by dawn, becoming sunny and colder. Highs 63-66, lows 44-47.