With 25 days in the books, summer 2013 has already seen its share of weather extremes.
Optimism is growing for the weather on the Fourth of July.
Summer officially started last Friday and just two days later our first heatwave began.
A general 1-3 inches of rainfall is expected, prompting yet another flood watch from the National Weather Service.
Last Wednesday, the region received some showers and boomers as an introduction to a spell of hot and humid weather from last Thursday through yesterday. Today, we’re getting wet as an introduction to a spell of mild and dry weather starting tonight and ending this Thursday afternoon.
Temperatures are set to plunge into the low 30′s overnight in most of the suburbs, perhaps just cold enough to damage or kill some tender vegetation.
There will be no rain and no sizzling heat for the Boston Marathon. In fact, there will be a sea breeze.
This year looks like a more typical, run of the mill, mid-April day.
The weather will be very cooperative for the big event with pleasant temperatures.
This storm will stay well offshore and its core of wind, rain and snow will never come very close to New England, so what’s the problem you ask? Well it seems this winter that no matter how hard we try, we just cannot avoid a snowstorm.