After a chilly start for most Saturday morning, a warm front is expected to boost temperatures heading into Sunday. Although it’s not expected to produce any rain when it passes by overnight, the front will send temps back into the 80s by Sunday afternoon.

Late Sunday evening the weather system attached to the front moves in from southern Canada, with scattered showers and a few thunderstorms likely through early Tuesday. About 1-2 inches of rain is expected generally north of the Mass Pike, about .25-.75″ of rain south of the Pike.

Although temps will be stuck in the 70s most of the work week, conditions warm up to start Fall, with a high temperature around 80. Late Thursday evening a cold front arrives to knock temps back into the 60s late week.

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