By Todd Gutner WBZ-TV

Do you recall yesterday?  Oh good, then dress the same today…just not the same clothes though.  Seriously, not much has changed with high pressure to our NW and low pressure to our NE we continue with mainly sunny skies and seasonably cool temps in the upper 60s.

Our next chance for rain is way off…days and days away.  Tropical moisture off the SE US will evolve into an area of low pressure.  The storm will be developing tomorrow and Friday way out at sea which will freshen up a NE wind for parts of our coastline leading to a few clumps of clouds at times to finish up the week.  But the bigger concern is that the storm doesn’t have an escape route and will be blocked back toward the New England coast late in the weekend and early next week.  The result will be an elevated chance of rain, especially on Monday, and perhaps some gusty wind as well.  The models have been shifty with this storm and the final track of the storm is still a bit cryptic…but there will be a storm,so this one bears watching.


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