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Familiar Phrase

Posted by Chris Lambert

"Coolest coast"... heard that much the last several days?  I'll use that phrase again this weekend and even early next week.   However, I do expect temps to be a few degrees warmer this weekend compared to yesterday's lower 50s at the coast, although, it's still a far cry from beach weather.  

More sun than clouds in the general theme throughout the weekend, but once and a while a batch of clouds tries to sneak in here from the ocean.  The timing of that seems to favor tonight and tomorrow morning, and a higher chance to see it location-wise is across SE Mass.  North and west of Boston, the chance of seeing low clouds is low.   Highs reach the mid 50s at the coast today, low to mid 60s around 128, and 65-70 along and west of 495.  Temps tomorrow are about 2-4 degrees warmer.

Monday and Tuesday are notably warmer.  Temps near 70 for many on Monday and the middle 70s on Tuesday.

High pressure anchored in will not allow for rain through Tuesday before the blocked pattern breaks down and showers may finally arrive by Wednesday and Thursday next week.  Good news for the thirsty lawns and gardens.  

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Posted 05/04/13, 7:25am
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