Beyond The Forecast
I keep receiving questions about how come we’ve had a cool summer in recent weeks, and the answer is we haven’t!
It looks like the gloomy weather will continue today as another weak wave of low pressure transits up the coast. It will produce some more light showers and sprinkles but a spell of moderate to heavy rain is not anticipated at this time.
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Additional rounds of showers and boomers will soak various locations today. Some of the heaviest rain should materialize during portions of the commute this morning with scattered activity lingering into the afternoon as a rather potent low pressure system migrates from NY into New England.
A nice summer day is on tap for the region this afternoon! High temperatures will top out in the mid 80s for many of us with a southwest wind and intervals of clouds and sun. […]
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook No doubt you thought Friday was a pretty fantastic day. In fact, I’d give it the big ol’ ‘Top 10 weather day of the year’ stamp of approval. […]
The high yesterday in Boston was 92…just the 4th time this year that Logan has reached 90. There won’t be a 5th today…a coldfront has slipped through and temps have fallen and leveled off in the 70s and the humidity will ease throughout the afternoon.
We spent three straight days in the 70s here in Boston and now we are on the cusp of some heat. Temps will warm today and top out in the 85-90 degree range with increasing amounts of humidity.
July 20-25, on average, is the hottest stretch of the year in New England so today will be another atypical July day with highs only slightly over 70 at the beaches to the upper 70s northwest of Boston.