Here’s what to expect from Saturday’s weather forecast

The stormy weather is on its way out.

Clouds move over the skyline in Boston, MA, March 28, 2017.
Clouds move over the skyline in Boston, MA, March 28, 2017. –Keith Bedford/Globe Staff

As far as the nor’easter is concerned, it’s looking up from here. The National Weather Service predicts that Subtropical Storm Melissa will move toward the ocean on Saturday, meaning New England will see some relief. There may be a few showers in the morning and a spot shower here or there later on, but dry conditions are anticipated overall. Clouds may even allow for some partial sunshine in the afternoon. Winds blowing at 20 to 30 miles per hour will hit the Cape and Islands in the morning, but ease up as the day goes on. High temperatures will likely be in the 50’s in Eastern Massachusetts, and in the 60’s further inland.

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