Few Drops In The Bucket

After spectacular weather yesterday with highs running well into the 60s, away from the immediate coastline, we follow today with another day with above average temperatures. This time, it won’t be nice as clouds thicken up and a few sprinkles and showers drop out of the sky. I don’t expect much rain, most towns under a tenth of an inch, but just keep the umbrella handy from midday into the early evening for a few sprinkles or a passing shower from time to time. Highs today near 60 with towns south of Boston above it, and towns northwest of Boston below it.

The rest of the week is quiet in terms of limited chances for rain, but will be active in terms of some ups and downs temperature wise. The cold front that comes through on Friday is more of a wind maker than a rain maker, with little, if any rain expected. The wind however, will gust over 30mph. Those gusty winds deliver chilly air overnight Friday and Saturday, but by Sunday afternoon, temps warm back into the mid 50s.

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