Posted by Jeremy Reiner
Good times indeed. While I focus the blog on the next few days I can't but share what I see over the next few weeks---a warmer pattern. In fact, except for next Tue-Wed (and some afternoon sea breezes along the coast) the next 2-3 weeks look mild to, at times, warm for New England. Better late than never.
Back to the present. A decent day awaits with a mix of sun & clouds. Like the past few afternoons, there will be a few sprinkles & isolated showers but many cities/towns will stay dry today. Temps will easily reach the low to mid 50s by afternoon. Heads up coastal workers, residents--we're in sea breeze season so places like Boston, Nahant, Lynn and Hull will reach the low 50s but then temps will get knocked back to the mid 40s this afternoon.
The holiday weekend is dandy. Mostly sunny skies tomorrow with temps once again in the 40s & 50s (coolest along the coast) and Easter Sunday starts with all sorts of sunshine but clouds will take control of the sky by mid afternoon. Rain will show up but not until 5pm Sunday. Plenty of time to find those eggs & peeps.
Have a great weekend!