Good morning! We’re waking up to thick fog and areas of drizzle. Today will be drier, and we’ll get to see some sun later.

The area of low pressure that brought us showers yesterday is off to our northeast. It was a decent soaker to start March with several locations picking up more than an 1.5″ of rain. Higher amounts of 2″+ were mainly across Rhode Island. Boston’s weekend rainfall total surpassed all that we accumulated last month- our second driest February on record!

This morning, we have a lot of low-level moisture on the backside of the system. That’s allowed for areas of fog to develop. We’re seeing a lot of clouds this morning, but this afternoon some sun will break out. The best chance for more sun is the farther west you go. There will more clouds on the coast.

High temperatures will be dependent on your location. Inland temperatures will reach the mid 50s! Some spots in Worcester County and southern New Hampshire could get into the upper 50s.

We’ll keep a lot of clouds and fog redevelops overnight with mild temperatures. Tomorrow highs will be in the upper 40s/near 50 with abundant cloud cover.

-Meteorologist Melanie Black

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