Showers will move in and out of the area today with an improving forecast for the upcoming weekend.
Clouds and relatively cool weather will dominate the pattern for almost all of the next week.
However, our best chance of rainfall comes Friday. Today is the 13th consecutive day without significant rainfall.
Much cooler weather arrived overnight and will be with us for the remainder of the week.
One more warm today is followed by much cooler air the rest of the week and some rain as well.
Sunshine will be with us both days this weekend, but Sunday is much warmer than Saturday.
Dry and sunny weather will close out the work week and start the weekend. Things heat up on Sunday.
Record heat Tuesday has been pushed east, but warmer-than-average conditions continue through the week.
Today will feel like a summer day in the spring with unseasonably hot temperatures in the upper 70s and even 80s in some places.
This week starts off warm with possible record highs on Tuesday. More seasonable air arrives late this week.
There may be a few showers this afternoon. Temperatures won't be as chilly as they were Thursday.
This afternoon, the Boston area is likely to get a thorough soaking. The rain won't last, however, as a much warmer forecast with plenty of sunshine will close out the weekend.
A cloudy and damp Wednesday will be followed by torrential rain for the evening commute on Thursday.
April showers are going to be going full force the rest of the workweek with plenty of rain and cool temperatures.
Opening Day weather for Red Sox nation will be nearly ideal. More rain will return Tuesday with cool and breezy conditions.
If you're seeing rain or mixed precipitation in your area, expect that to change to snow before it ends later Saturday afternoon.
A nor'easter will move up the coastline Friday, bringing a mixed bag of weather before clearing later Saturday night.
Clearing will take place today and sunshine is in the forecast for Thursday before a new nor'easter affects the area late this week and to start the weekend.
A nor'easter heads our way Friday. This will be primarily a wet -- not white -- nor'easter. Although, there may be some wet snow or sleet mixed in at times.
After a raw and damp Sunday a steadier rain develops Monday and continues Tuesday.