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A big high pressure system will shift offshore and in combo with the approaching deep trough/cutoff low, a flow of increasingly humid and warmer air will set up along the eastern seaboard into New England this week.
There will be a rare cosmic sight early Wednesday morning. Weather permitting, you will be able to see the total eclipse of the moon and the rising sun simultaneously!
After last weekend’s wonderful weather featuring a summery sizzle with even some new record high temperatures in places, Boston has endured 104 consecutive hours of readings below 60 degrees as of 8 o’clock this morning! The […]
Yesterday morning was a chiller as premium radiational cooling conditions resulted in temperatures tumbling to near freezing. Many places got nipped by frost making it one of the earliest frosts in many years compared to […]
After some breathtaking photos and videos of the Aurora Borealis Friday night, we were treated to another sky spectacle being the stunning sunset yesterday. The arrival of streamers of high cloudiness during the afternoon created […]
Yesterday was the hottest and muggiest day of the summer in much of the Boston area and it happened after Labor Day when teachers and students are in school! Whew! The temperature reached 93 degrees at 12:57 pm in Boston!
It became very sticky yesterday and that oppressive to high humidity will be locked in here through tomorrow. With a weakening frontal boundary across southern New England today, it could provide a boundary or focus axis for a few more spotty showers and storms this afternoon.
We are not done with the heat this summer. Despite the conclusion of meteorological summer this Sunday, August 31, there is a shot that the temperature could make a run for 90 degrees again.
In the short-term, each succeeding day through this Wednesday will be warmer. Expect highs at or slightly over 80 today, middle 80s tomorrow, upper 80s on Tuesday and that 90 on Wednesday.