We’re in for another gem of a forecast Tuesday. We won’t see as many highs in the 70s like Patriot’s Day, but mid and upper 60s will be around 10 degrees above average. Enjoy this flavor of May for school vacation week! Mostly sunny skies will rule today. Keep in mind, tree pollen levels will be high all week as a result of the mainly dry forecast.

Winds will shift Wednesday, bringing cooler conditions back to the coastline. Highs inland will make it to the 60s, but plan on low and mid 50s up and down the coast and east of I-95. High clouds will filter the sunshine as the day goes on.


A warm front will approach Thursday bringing clouds and showers to western New England. It’s a tough call whether dry conditions will hold in central and eastern MA or if a few showers will sneak in from the west. Right now it looks dry and mostly cloudy. Cooler too.

There’s a better chance for widespread (though not heavy) rainfall Friday night to Saturday morning as a cold front sweeps across Massachusetts. We’ll keep an eye on the timeline and keep you posted. Those rain showers don’t look to last all day Saturday, so we should ease into some decent weather.