Humidity Going Nowhere But UpClouds will break behind the front as drier air will shift in behind with a SW flow aloft. Breaking sun will help temps to warm into the 70's nearing 80. Any long lasting sun could see temps spike into the lwr 80's, especially south. Meanwhile dewpoint temps will rise with the rising temps. A noticeable warm and more humid feel to the air as dewpoints will climb into the 60's nearing 70. Muggy!
Heat Wave Ahead!Plenty of sunshine in SNE today with highs climbing to 85-90 degrees this afternoon with breezy SW winds. The Cape will stay in the 70's all day with abundant sunshine. A great beach day all around. Dewpoints will begin to climb into the mid 60s during the afternoon making for a more humid and uncomfortable feel to the air.
Just Getting Started!Highs will be climbing into the Lwr-mid 80's again as the air mass has changed little from yesterday. Dewpoints remain in the 50's to Lwr 60's..which is making for a moderately humid day.
Supermoon Looms Over Earth This WeekendThe full strawberry moon will be the biggest and brightest of the year in the weekend evening sky.
Kickoff To Summer!Light WSW winds will warm temps to near 80-85 this afternoon with skies becoming partly sunny with a risk of a few isolated pop up shower or T'storm this afternoon.
A Little Bit of Everything...Clouds are on the increase as we move into the afternoon. SW breezes will pick up this afternoon with the approaching clouds and highs will be climbing into the 70's nearing 80.
The Weather Delivers For Dad! High pressure has moved in just in time for Father's day weekend, bringing low humidity and light WNW winds for this Saturday with highs in the upper 70's and Lwr 80's. West winds will be just enough of a land breeze which will allow the Cape to climb into the mid-upper 70's as well.
Wet Again...When Will It End?Showers have been turning into a steadier rain. We will be tracking strong to severe thunderstorms in the mid-Atlantic states which will be shifting northward into New England tonight. These storms will weaken upon their arrival, but heavy downpours with rumbles of thunder are possible late tonight through the early morning hours which could drop rainfall rates up to 1" an hour and help to create this localized flooding while most are asleep.
Another Soaker!Enjoy the sun today because we are already tracking our next batch of rain. Weak high pressure sits over us today with light west winds warming temps into the upper 70's and Lwr 80s inland during the afternoon. More clouds in northern new England where skies are partly cloudy.
Weekend Gets Back On TrackDry air has been eroding some of the clouds with sunshine in the CT river valley. These breaks of sun will be shifting eastward as the low departs, allowing for breaks of sun to emerge across Eastern MA for the midday through the afternoon. Still plenty of clouds mixed in to. With a breeze from the WNW, temps should respond to the increase of sun and allow highs to climb into the Lwr-mid 70's by the end of the day.
Storms To Break The Heat WaveThe Severe Storms Prediction Center issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch until 8 PM tonight for Northern Western and Central New England.
Summer Kick-Off!Once again will see highs climbing to 90-95 degrees by afternoon with abundant sunshine. Even our eastern facing beaches will climb into the lwr 90's. The Cape and Islands will be cooler with SW sea breeze with highs in 70's and Lwr 80's.
Heat Wave To Bring Warmest Weather To Boston In 9 MonthsWe are in for a 3-to-4 day heat wave, something more typical of July or August is coming in late May and early June.
Tracking a Spring Heat WaveHigh pressure west of us currently will be sliding south of New England and pulling off the coast. Winds will be shifting to the SSE Tuesday. This will help to warm inland areas into the mid 70's, but along the coast, light onshore winds will keep temps in the 60's to near 70.
Grand Finale to Memorial Day WeekendClouds remain today, but the rain is gone and that is making a huge difference. The low is currently hugging the coast of Maine and slowly lifting away. Abundant cloud cover remains in place with the effects of the Upper Low over us. Gusty WNW are wrapping into the back side of the low with gusts over 30 mph from time to time.