by: Jason Brewer Updated:
Showers will end as the sun comes up tomorrow, except for the South Shore and Cape. It will turn into a brighter day with the most sunshine across central and western Mass and southern NH where highs will peak in the low to mid 70s. A sea breeze at the coast will keep things slightly cooler in the upper 60s to lower 70s (including Boston). The Cape will be cooler and cloudier through the day with some lingering showers.
PLENTY OF RAIN CHANCES
An ocean storm may clip southern New England with rain on Wednesday. The lasted data has the storm trending farther away from us offshore. So, it currently looks like southeastern Massachusetts has the best shot of rain in the morning with dry conditions for the rest of the region. There’s still wiggle room, so be sure to check back as we nail down the track of this storm.
Plan on more rain Thursday into Friday.
MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND
Optimistic for the rain to move out before Saturday. Highs Saturday and Sunday, with some sun, will be in the low 70s inland, 60s at the coast. Rain is expected on Memorial Day, but there is still time for the track to change.
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