Forecast: A Mostly Dry, Sunny Spring Weekend

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Weather will be mostly dry over the next several days, but there is a small possibility a few showers will break out.

The risk of showers is low, especially for three of the next four days. However, a stronger area of energy will cross the region on Sunday and increase the risk of some rainfall.

Temperatures will be seasonable through the weekend and into next week. Saturday morning will be a bit chilly when you get up, but the mercury will quickly rise after the early sunrise.

Winds will be a bit brisk this afternoon, but they will not be strong enough to spoil any outdoor plans.

While Thursday's rain is over, the atmosphere remains in an unsettled mode through the weekend. The disturbances moving through over the next four days are quite weak and while showers may happen, there will be many hours of sunshine as well.

Friday: A blend of clouds and sunshine. A pop-up shower is possible, especially later in the afternoon. Highs in the 60s with a bit of a breeze.

Friday night: Passing clouds. Cool. Lows near 50 in Boston and in the 40s in colder areas.

Saturday: Lots of sunshine, but there is still a small risk of a shower or storm in the afternoon. Highs 65-69, though cooler on the Cape and the Islands.

Sunday: A blend of clouds and sunshine. A few afternoon showers are likely. Highs in the mid 60s.

Monday: A mix of clouds and sunshine. A few spots could see a brief shower, but mostly it’s dry. Highs near 60 at the coast but milder inland.

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David Epstein is WBUR's meteorologist.




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