BOSTON (CBS) – Weather models are starting to converge on a warm solution on Monday.
Read: Boston Marathon Guide
Now that we are getting closer, we are able to get a better read on the all-important cold front that will be in our area on Monday.
It appears as though it will stay well to our north and west during the Marathon, keeping all of Southern New England in the “warm sector.” This means a steady southwest wind, lots of sunshine and abnormally high temperatures.
Detailed Temperature Forecast:
Hopkinton (AM start): 60-64 degrees
Framingham: 70-74 degrees
Wellesley (half way): 72-78 degrees
Newton: 75-80 degrees
Boston (finish): 80-85 degrees…the record for the date is 84 set back in 2003, it may be in jeopardy.
As for the chance of precipitation, it remains low.
However, with a weather boundary in the area we cannot rule out a passing shower or thunderstorm.
These would be few and far between and likely not a major concern for runners.
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