Rain is filling in on radar! Rain will mainly be around for the morning hours. The afternoon trends drier, but there’s still a chance for spotty showers. Sunday is dry, just breezy.

A cold front will move across New England bringing about the showers. Rain fills in west to east this morning. Scattered showers with embedded downpours continue mainly through the morning. Most of the rain band slides southeast by midday with rain lingering into the early afternoon for the Cape. Rainfall amounts will range from about a quarter to under half an inch. This evening and tonight, there’s still a chance for spotty showers before the front fully moves across the region.

Temperatures are starting off in the 40s. Some sunshine and a slight northwest breeze will help to get temperatures into the upper 50s/near 60 inland. The wind will be more southwesterly for southeast Mass. With the wind coming off the cooler ocean waters and clouds and showers lingering longer, temperatures will stay near 50 and into the mid 50s on Cape Cod and the Islands.

It’ll be a chilly start Sunday morning! Overnight into Sunday, we’ll clear out the clouds and keep a light wind with dry air in place. That’ll help to drop our temperatures into the upper 30s for MetroWest. Colder temperatures will be felt west.

Plan on it being a breezy day! The wind will gust out of the west 20-30 mph. It’ll be dry and we’ll see sun mixed with clouds. Highs will be in the mid/upper 50s.

Most of the seven-day forecast is dry. We’re dry to start the work week, before scattered showers return Wednesday.

-Meteorologist Melanie Black

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