SYNOPSIS...A strong high pressure area will build SE across New England and toward the coast today through Sun night while a series of lows pass SE of the area along a strong cold front. The strong high will remain just inland Mon into Mon night, weaken and move S over the SE states Tue and Tue night, and then move offshore Wed and Wed night. Hurricane Teddy is forecast to move to 31.6N 61.9W at 2 AM EDT Mon, to 35.2N 61.1W at 2 PM EDT Mon, to 39.2N 61.3W at 2 AM Tue, then continue N during Tue while becoming a post-tropical cyclone, before moving inland over Nova Scotia and Newfoundland Tue night into Wed. Long period E and SE swell from Teddy will move into the waters by Sun, and persist into Wed. For further details on Teddy please see the latest information from the National Hurricane Center.