After a damp start to the day, once the sunshine broke out, it had some staying power for most. Other than a few afternoon showers across northern Worcester County and the western half of New Hampshire, most of us enjoyed blue skies. The lack of afternoon clouds were thanks to the onshore breeze prevailing as it stabilized the atmosphere by not allowing us to warm up much. That left us with upper 50s at the coast and mid 60s inland.
It’ll be cool tonight as skies remain clear and winds go light. We’ll fall to near 40 in the burbs and near 50 in the city.
As high pressure builds in tomorrow we’ll keep the stable air in place and also allow it to warm up. We’ll near 70 at the coast before a sea breeze kicks in and drops us back into the 60s along the shore while we hold in the mid to upper 70s inland. Enjoy! The humidity will be low too.
Looking for a beach day? Monday is the best one with highs heading into the low to mid 80s, although weak sea breeze may hold coastal temps into the 70s. The water temps are running in the mid to upper 50s, so while the sand is warm, that water is still on the chilly side!
Late Tuesday – Thursday features somewhat unsettled and muggy weather with scattered showers and thunderstorms around late Tuesday and Wednesday, and perhaps a steadier batch of rain Thursday.
Right now, I’m looking for dry weather by Friday, into next weekend with the 70s holding on.
@clamberton7 – twitter