by: Sarah Wroblewski Updated:
A mild start to your Sunday with wake up temperatures in the 50s under partly cloudy skies. Temperatures will once again be on the mild side away from the coast climbing into the low to mid 70s. Onshore winds will continue to keep the beaches cooler in the 60s. The sun will play peek-a-boo throughout the day as skies jump between partly to mostly cloudy. In the afternoon a few thicker clouds may develop. An isolated shower or sprinkle is possible in the afternoon, mainly north and west of Boston. I don't expect widespread wet weather, so don't cancel any outdoor plans. Any light shower will only produce trace amounts.
MEMORIAL DAY RAIN
A more widespread rain is on the way for Monday. The day will start off cloudy. Expect light showers to arrive from west to east late morning, then turn steady as they move across the coast midday/afternoon and into the evening. A rumble of thunder or two is not out of the question, but not expecting widespread storms. Temperatures will get stuck in the 50s all day, so just a cool, wet day. Rainfall amounts may reach up to .50” in spots.
The highest tides of the year will occur through Monday. These astronomical high tides may result in splash-over and minor coastal flooding with the overnight high tide cycles.
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