Sunshine is back for a short stint before rain blankets the mid-week forecast.
Today will be bright initially before clouds begin to roll in later this evening. Highs will be in upper 60s to lower 70s, except the coast will be closer to 60 due to a southeast wind.
High pressure protects us from the rain until tonight. There will be a slight chance of a showers north and west of Boston early Tuesday morning.
Otherwise, Tuesday will be overcast with shower developing throughout the day.
The steadiest and heaviest rain will remain far northwest as a warm front pushes northward. A southeast wind along with clouds and scattered rain will keep temperatures cooler in the middle 50s to near 60.
A cold front begins to move east before stalling near southeastern Massachusetts.
Due to the frontal boundary, Wednesday will be mainly cloudy with the southeastern Mass. being the focal point for the steadiest rain throughout the day.
A wave of low pressure from the southeastern U.S. will be riding northward along the front on Wednesday night. This will bring our last round of rain to the area.
The rain will slowly taper on Thursday afternoon. Wednesday and Thrusday will be warmer than Tuesday as thermometers will be reading in the 60-70 range, coolest on the South Coast/Cape/Islands.
Friday will be the beginning of the good-looking Mother’s Day weekend ahead (according to the GFSx model).
On the flip side, the EURO is hinting at an upper level low providing more cloud cover and a few showers on Friday and Saturday before departing on Mother’s Day this Sunday.
Last week, the EURO proved to be the most accurate between the two.
However, I am going to be optimistic this Monday morning and hope for a more pleasant Mother’s Day weekend.
If the GFSx outcome comes to fruition, highs will also be mild in the 70s.
So, I chose to follow the GFSx solution to complete the Accuweather 7-Day forecast. I hope this rings true!