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After mainly dry weather this weekend, a few showers move back in later today with cool temperatures.
The good news about the upcoming holiday weekend is it won't rain very much. The bad news is, if you like heat, there won't be any of that.
A new coastal storm will bring rain and some minor coastal flooding later Thursday into Friday.
The cool, wet pattern continues this week with more rain later Thursday and cool temperatures.
Today and on Wednesday, the farther north you live, the better the weather will be.
Clouds and a few showers return today before drier weather on Tuesday. But, then it turns unsettled again later this week.
After two days in the 90s, it will turn much cooler late today and especially overnight.
Record heat today will be replaced by cooler and more seasonable weather for the weekend.
Hot weather arrives this afternoon and lasts into Friday with some records possible Thursday.
Our cool and wet stretch is over for now. Time to break out the sunglasses and shorts with nice weather the rest of the week.
After a cool and wet pattern during the past two weeks, the heat is on later this week, with highs approaching 90 degrees on Thursday.
Although we have more rain in the forecast, flooding isn't an issue with this storm.
Not a lot of sunshine is in the forecast for the next 5 days and we do have a significant rain event this weekend.
If you love warm spring weather, this isn't the best forecast. There will be some sun, clouds and possible showers today.
Dry weather will be the rule through the rest of the week, however, a spot shower can't be totally ruled out.
Showers can occur each afternoon much of this week; however, a lot of our next several days will be dry.
You can expect a sluggish Friday evening commute thanks to heavy rain and possible thunderstorms. Saturday maintains a chance of scattered showers and Sunday does, too, but to a lesser degree.
Heavy rain on Friday will make for a slow evening commute in Greater Boston.
Meteorologist David Epstein predicts this weekend won't be a washout, but there will be a mix of showers and sun keeping temperatures mostly in the 60s.
We started the day with some showers, but as they end, milder air will arrive from the south. Two nice days are on tap for Wednesday and Thursday.