Step In The Right Direction
Posted by Chris Lambert
Well, it wasn't perfect all day, but certainly better than the damp weather of yesterday. The only issue we had today was a 3-5 hour batch of low clouds that managed to form around midday. It actually cleared out quite nicely in most of eastern Mass, allowing what sun we had this morning, to come back by early to mid afternoon. Deep inland, the clearing has been much slower, but least we didn't have pockets of mist to deal with.
Gradual clearing deep inland continues late-day, into this evening, and those clearer skies allows temps to drop off overnight. Heading to Fenway? First pitch temps hover near 55 with end of the game numbers closer to 50. By tomorrow morning, the city of Boston starts off in the mid to upper 40s, with many of the burbs in the mid to upper 30s. In fact, northwest Middlesex County and northern Worcester County are under a frost advisory from 3:00-9:00AM Monday. A few low 30s could show up there, but no hard freeze is expected.
A mix of clouds and sun and a southeasterly breeze warms us back into the mid 60s tomorrow, and in the upper 60s by Tuesday.
A few showers are possible Wednesday, but there a better chance of rain arrives Thursday afternoon/Thursday night. Behind that system, we should dry out and cool down a bit to end the week and head into next weekend.
Go Pats & Sox!