• WATCH: Dry Start to the Week

    By: Shiri Spear

    Updated:

    COMFORTABLE START TO THE WEEK
    It's going to be a gorgeous day.  Mostly sunny skies will stick around with only a few scattered clouds popping up.  Temperatures will go from the 50s and 60s early to the 70s this afternoon.  A few inland towns and cities may even hit 80 degrees.

    The dry, warm and slightly breezy conditions may prompt fire weather concerns in New England.  Brush fires can start and spear quickly.

    SOME WET TIMES TUESDAY
    Tuesday will begin dry with partly to mostly cloudy skies.  The first half of the day will not involve much rain, but scattered showers will develop in the afternoon.  I don't expect a washout or anything widespread. Many towns will run mostly cloudy and dry through the evening with the best chance for a passing shower overnight.

    WEDNESDAY IMPROVEMENTS
    Wednesday may begin with clouds and a sprinkle, but things will only improve.  Plan on increasing sun midday and afternoon with highs back in the 70s.  A few clouds may redevelop in the evening with a passing piece of energy, but additional showers are unlikely.
     


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