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Forecast: Wind Makes For Chilly Day Despite Sun

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Winds kept up overnight, with Logan Airport recording gusts in the 30s much of the night. Winds continue to gust for the balance of the day, making it feel a bit chilly in spite of the sunshine.

High temperatures the next few days will hover around 60. This temperature regimen will continue through Tuesday, with the changes coming in sky condition and the chance of showers throughout the next five days.

Thursday is all about the winds, and while they will continue the first half of the night, they will diminish by Friday morning.

Friday starts sunny, winds are light, but clouds increase in the afternoon.

A pair of small low pressure areas affects the region Saturday. There is still some discrepancy in the strength and track of these storms. Each of these facts will play a role in how much shower activity we see late Friday night and Saturday.

The system leaves the area Sunday and that is clearly the better of the weekend days. The dry weather starts the workweek, but a return to an unsettled pattern is possible later Tuesday and beyond.

Thursday: Sunny, with a gusty wind. Highs near 60.

Thursday night: Mostly clear and chilly. Winds continue blustery the first half of the night. Lows in the 30s.

Friday: Sunshine followed by increasingly cloudy skies. Highs near 60.

Saturday: Mostly cloudy, a few sunny breaks with the risk of showers or thunder storms. Highs near 60.

Sunday: Mostly sunny, highs 55 to 59.

Monday: Mostly sunny and breezy, highs 55 to 60.

Tuesday: A mix of clouds and sunshine. Highs 55 to 60. Evening shower possible.

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David Epstein was WBUR's meteorologist.



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