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Forecast: Seasonable Weather This Week

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Generally we're looking at a very nice week ahead — at least the working part of it. There may be some unsettled weather toward the weekend, but it's early enough that the forecast could change. High pressure remains in control much of this week with quiet weather and not much in the way of precipitation.

Temperatures will be coolest along the coast with a brisk wind at times. As you move inland west of Route 128 and especially I-495, temperatures will be as much as 10 to 15 degrees above those readings right along the North Shore as well as portions of Cape Cod.

Boston's temperatures this week at Logan Airport will be in the 60s much of the time, but it will be near or exceed 70 inland. (Courtesy WeatherBell)
Boston's temperatures this week at Logan Airport will be in the 60s much of the time, but it will be near or exceed 70 inland. (Courtesy WeatherBell)

Average temperatures this time of the year are typically in the mid-60s. This week will be pretty close to that although the warmer inland spots will exceed it. The past four months we've seen above-normal precipitation, so although this is a fairly dry week, I'm not concerned yet as to the lack of moisture.

There will be a divide between summertime heat and cooler springtime temperatures later this week and this will get quite close to New England. Depending on which side of that boundary Greater Boston ends up will determine just how cool or warm we are this weekend and whether or not we see scattered showers.

You can follow my updates here and on Twitter @growingwisdom.


Monday: Early clouds/fog. Partly sunny and seasonably cool. Highs 57-65. Warmest inland.

Monday Night: Mainly clear and chilly. Lows 38-47.

Tuesday: Mainly sunny, some pop-up clouds. Highs 63-69.

Wednesday: Sunny and pleasant. Highs 65-72. Cooler Cape Ann/Cape Cod.

Thursday: Sun and clouds. Highs 70-75. Cooler Cape Ann/Cape Cod.

Friday: Clouds, some sun, a shower . Highs nearing 75. Cooler Cape Cod/Cape Ann.

David Epstein Twitter Meteorologist
David Epstein is WBUR's meteorologist.

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