Patchy fog will lift between 8-10 AM this morning. You’ll notice it a tad milder and more humid than yesterday morning.

The sunshine and warm weather will continue for another day. The coastline, including Boston, will be cooler than yesterday with highs in the 70s. Inland towns and cities, especially west of I-95, should brace for another round of lower 80s!

Widespread 70s will be on tap Thursday afternoon. That’s our last bright day.


Clouds will increase Friday, but showers look to move in late. Western MA and western New England have the best chance for spotty showers in the afternoon and evening. Rain chances will increase across the region overnight.


A slow moving front will bring showers to New England Saturday. Although Tropical Storm Phillipe will track east of New England, it will drive deep moisture into the region and enhance the chance for locally heavy rainfall. It’s hard to determine the position of that heaviest rainfall, but a widespread 0.5-1″ is likely in southern New England with some towns potentially getting as much as 2-4″. The steadiest rainfall in the Boston area is currently expected Saturday afternoon and night.

There may be a few showers still out there early Sunday morning, but drying conditions and improving weather are expected to take over. Keep in mind, it will turn breezy and cooler this weekend, so a “fall feel” returns. In fact, next week looks pretty cool too with on/off clouds.