Monday will be just as nice as Sunday, so enjoy it before showers make their inevitable return.
Inland locations will roast once again, but light winds will favor a sea-breeze keeping temperatures down in the 70s. The day will be beautiful with tons of sunshine and relatively low humidity.
Tuesday, a storm system in the Midwest and Great Lakes will bring rain and embedding thunderstorms into New England during the day. As a wave of low pressure develops along the cold front, it will slow the system’s eastward progress.
Showers will likely linger into the day on Wednesday and even possibly Thursday.
Temperatures will steadily warm in the mid-80s after a cool day on Tuesday. By the end of the week, it’s possible that we could see some 90-degree heat. Conservatively, temperatures will reach the mid-to-upper 80s. We will end the week the way we started it with sunshine.
The weekend starts off warm and humid on Saturday. Temperatures will be well into the 80s. Showers and thunderstorms will move in during the day. Those thunderstorms will be along a cold front that will drop temperatures into the 70s for Sunday.
Shower chances continue into the following week as temperatures return into the 80s.