Paying It Forward
Posted by Pete Bouchard
Highs today soared near 60 (!) in some spots thanks to an early jump in the morning:
But then the clouds moved in, and the showers followed. Not all hits, but definitely some mighty pretty sky pics with the virga (rain that falls from the bottom of a cloud creating a streak or curtain of gray) and the puff-ball clouds.
All that slowly melts away tonight as the stars come out. The temperatures will fall back to the 20s and low 30s, then with sunshine tomorrow we're heading back to the upper 50s to near 60!
Tomorrow's weather can't be overstated. Gorgeous, bright, comfortable and dry. If the pollen wasn't going crazy (severe limits now with pollen and mold spores), it'd be perfect. Sunday looks pretty nice too, although the winds will kick up in the afternoon and the sun goes into hiding. There will be a chill (enough to make you grab a coat) BOTH days along the coast/Capes/Islands. That's the ol' onshore wind kicking in. This time of year, it's pretty cold. You've been warned.
If you don't make 60 tomorrow or Sunday, there's always Monday. Still holding out for those low and mid 60s. Drink it in. It will be sharply colder Tuesday and Wednesday.
If you celebrate, have a Happy Easter and enjoy the final days of Passover.