Scattered Rain Continues While Warmer Temperatures Arrive

From 89 degrees on Sunday to 50s Tuesday. Even though Boston hit its high temperature of 64 degrees at midnight, most of the day was spent in the 50s. Clouds quickly thickened up and raindrops began to fall during the late morning and early afternoon.

Over the next 24 hours, our weather will slowly begin to improve. We might not see a lot of sunshine on Wednesday, but temperatures will bounce back into the 60s during the afternoon.

By Thursday, our high temperatures will approach 70 degrees and we could see a scattered shower or thunderstorm. Humidity levels will also start to increase.

Friday through the weekend is looking pretty nice. We're expecting a lot of sunshine and limited chances for showers and thunderstorms. The highest potential of seeing a shower or thunderstorm will be on Sunday. High temperatures will climb into the mid and upper 70s, which is a touch above average for this time of year.

The following week looks a little unsettled, but it doesn't appear that we will see any washout.

Temperatures will be steadily on the climb. We will start the week off around 70 degrees and finish up the week with 80 degree warmth.

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