We’re waking up to lots of clouds this Sunday morning, and even a few patches of drizzle, or spotty light showers.  This go around, I don’t expect much sun to break through the clouds like it ended up doing yesterday, although a few peeks are possible, mainly down into Southeast Mass.   An easterly breeze will also keep temps cool through the day, upper 60s and lower 70s.  With a lot of moisture in place, not only will clouds hang tough, but our shower chance will increase mid-late afternoon and early this evening as a disturbance along a front has to swing on through.  Bottom line today… we’ll catch some dry hours, but keep the umbrella handy, especially the later in the day you’re out and about.  

Showers are numerous early this evening, then we’ll dry out overnight as a northwesterly breeze kicks in and increases.  That active breeze sticks around tomorrow with a mix of sun and clouds, and just an isolated shower possible north and west of Boston.  Much of the day is dry however as we transition into a new pattern.  

That new pattern… High pressure.   High pressure moves in Tuesday and sets up shop about as long Cousin Eddie did in Christmas Vacation. Although, our inner Clark Griswold won’t want to drive this guest into the middle of nowhere, and… 

Anyhow,  with lots of sunshine and a warmer pattern settling in, much of next week will feature temps in the low to mid 80s. A modest amount of humidity moves in, but overall, it’ll be a comfortable warmth with overnight lows falling to near 60. 

Enjoy your Sunday. Enjoy the week ahead. 

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