Soggy, Cooler & Even A Few T’storms

After a quiet stretch of weather, today we’ve got a handful of weather headlines! While temperatures are more mild this morning in the mid to low-40s consistently throughout the viewing area, we aren’t going to warm up too much from here. In addition to a cooler day, we’re also looking at a soggy Tuesday. So grab your umbrella and throw on a few extra layers today!

The supermoon correlates to high astronomically high tides, and with today’s area of low pressure tracking up the Eastern Seaboard, we’ve got the potential to see high tides 0.5-1.0′ above normal. High tide is at 11:08 AM today, with a Coastal Flooding Advisory in effect from 10AM-2PM today. Minor coastal flooding is possible today.

Showers start out light this morning, but will intensify as we head into the mid-morning. Rain continues throughout the day with heavy rainfall at times. With heavier band of rain moving through, we could also see some localized urban street flooding at times. Stormy weather isn’t out of the question for us either, with isolated t’storms possible embedded in our showers. Most locations should grab 0.5-1.0” of rainfall before you hit the hay, but those of us that manage to see some stormy weather could see up closer to 2.0” of rainfall.

Temperatures stay in in the upper-40s and low 50s today, with a surge of warmer air pushing in later this evening primarily east of the 495 loop. This could bump us up a few degrees in Boston before we head into the late overnight hours. Showers continue into the overnight hours, and patchy fog is possible. We could see a few straggling spotty, light showers early tomorrow morning, but we stand a much better chance of drying out before that time.

Cloud cover thins out tomorrow, with plenty of Wednesday sunshine, and unseasonably warm weather returns. We keep a mild forecast through the rest of your week. Get outside and enjoy it, because next week looks to bring cooler weather!

Grab an umbrella & gear up for a day full of needed rain!

Meteorologist Wren Clair

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