Mostly Sunny, Quiet Stretch of Weather Ahead

Low humidity sticks around through Thursday and Friday

We are entering into a quiet stretch of weather which will help clean up efforts across Cape Cod from the tornado damage on Tuesday. High pressure settles west and then right over the northeast, bringing us lots of sunshine and a gradual warming trend through the weekend.

Tonight will be mostly clear and cooler with lows in the 50s in the suburbs and in the low 60s in the city centers.

Thursday we will enjoy highs again in the 70s on the coast thanks to a sea breeze, while inland areas will see low 80s. There's a slim chance for a pop up shower inland, otherwise mostly sunny.

Low humidity will stick around through Thursday and Friday. Friday we will have highs in the low 80s.

Our highs continue to increase through the weekend. Saturday we will have highs in the mid-80s, mostly sunny with an isolated pop up storm chance across the mountains.

Sunday may be a few degrees warmer in the upper 80s and again mostly dry with a pop up afternoon storm chance.

Next week, the humidity returns and our temperatures will be in the low 90s for at least the start to next week. Daily pop up thunderstorm chances appear Monday through the rest of our exclusive 10-day forecast.

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