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Northeast Weekend Beach Forecast

Tyler Jankoski provides the beach forecast for areas around the Northeast. (Published Friday, May 29, 2015)

A slow-moving cold front will enter the region this weekend, and that means it will be tough to find a great beach day. Saturday looks like the better of the two weekend days, though it won’t be perfect. The Jersey Shore should feature the best weather, as it will take the front longest to reach that stretch of coastline. Even there, showers will move in later Sunday.

Long Island Sound

Saturday: Lots of clouds, some sun. Low clouds and fog may linger throughout the day in eastern areas, like Groton and Stonington. Best chance for a nice day is in western areas. Temperatures will generally be in the upper-70s with a breeze off the water.
Sunday: Clouds and showers. Heaviest showers occur in the afternoon. Not a good day. Temperatures stuck in the 60s!

Cape Cod

Saturday: Lots of clouds, some sun. Low clouds and fog may linger throughout the day right along the water, with more sun inland. Temperatures will be in the lower-70s with a breeze off the water. Sunday: Showers. Not pleasant. Temperatures remain in the 60s.

Jersey Shore

Saturday: Lots of clouds, some sun. Low clouds and fog may linger throughout the day right along the water, with more sun inland. Temperatures will be in the mid-70s.
Sunday: Really looking to hit the beach Sunday? Head south to the Jersey Shore, which stands the better chance of remaining dry early in the day, though clouds will be on the increase and showers will threaten late.

Coastal Maine

Saturday: Lots of clouds, some sun. Low clouds and fog may linger throughout the day right along the water, with more sun inland. Temperatures will be in the 70s with a breeze off the water. Water temperature is still in the upper-40s and lower-50s!
Sunday: Cloudy with showers. Temperatures in the 70s.

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