Sunshine will be limited into the weekend with an increasing chance of wet weather at the end of the week.
We certainly haven't seen constantly poor weather lately. But today will be a rainy one, and the rest of the week there will be far less sunshine.
Mornings won't be this chilly for a while. Nighttime temperatures over the next month will average in the lower to mid-50s.
One more warm day today will be followed by much colder air this weekend.
The autumnal equinox arrives this morning, but temperatures this afternoon will feel anything but fall-like.
The next two days will be great weather for being outside and enjoying the late summer warmth.
It will feel more like summer the rest of the work week before much cooler air arrives this weekend.
Showers will continue on and off through the rest of the day and into the evening commute
Plenty of sunshine today and Saturday with clouds increasing Sunday.
It will feel cool much of the day if you are not in the sunshine. Some areas will stay in the 60s all day, while Boston likely will reach the lower 70s.
The city's arborist says the drought is killing about 20 percent of Boston's newly planted trees.
After any showers end Wednesday night a cooler and drier air mass from Canada will take over.
Dry and sunny weather continue into the weekend. The only exception is Wednesday evening, when there is a chance of thunderstorms.
Little to no rain is expected over the next week to 10 days.
Today may be the last really hot day of the late summer and fall season.
Warmer than average temperatures through the weekend.
Clouds will dominate, but temperatures will be warmer today.
Hermine will bring clouds and strong winds -- and little rain -- to the area today before dying down. The winds may damage some trees and cause a few power outages.
Clouds will increase today with a few showers later this evening in Boston
Rough seas will make for dangerous swimming at local beaches into the middle of this week.