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Today's Weather: Several Dry And Sunny Days Ahead

It was a great night for sleeping with clear skies and temperatures down in the upper 40s to mid-50s across Southern New England. Today we'll see plenty of sunshine and there is no chance of showers. High pressure will continue to build for the first part of the week. This means dry weather continues. There hasn't been a lot of rain for many of you. If you did see a significant thunderstorm over the weekend, consider yourself lucky.

The moisture from tropical storm Cristobal will continue to move into the center portion the country and never really get here. However, as we head toward the latter half of the week, it could mean a cold front will approach and increase the chance of showers. The showers will become more numerous on Thursday and could linger into Friday.

Along with the increase in showers, humidity levels will also go up starting Wednesday afternoon and continue through the rest of the week. It doesn't look like the humidity will be terribly oppressive, nor will the heat be that bad, but it will be warmer than today.

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Monday: Sunshine and milder. Highs 73-78.

Monday Night: Clear and comfortably mild. Lows 50-55

Tuesday: Mainly sunny and pleasant. Highs near 82. Cooler Cape.

Tuesday night: A few clouds. Milder. Lows 54-59.

Wednesday: Sun and clouds. Highs in the 78-83 degree range.

Thursday: More clouds, may shower, somewhat muggy. Highs 78-83.

Friday: Clouds and sun. Highs 80-85. Cooler south coast.

Saturday: Sun and clouds. Warm with highs near 84.

Sunday: Partly cloudy. Highs around 77.

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


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