A few spots across Northern New England drop into the 30s. As clouds continue to break, the day will be sunny but also breezy. Persistent northwest winds blow across New England with 30 to 40 mile-per-hour gusts. Not ‘too’ far away, Fiona will produce stronger winds in southeastern Canada. Its wind energy will be enough to bring rough waves across the New England coastal waters this weekend.
Getting in the water isn’t advised, as it will be too dangerous and difficult to navigate for most. For those hoping to get one last taste of summer, the air will be too cold to even dip your toes in, with Saturday morning being the coldest start to the day since mid-May.