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Friday was an overall ugly day of weather as it rained most of the day. Cooler temperatures made it feel more like mid or late October. The heaviest rainfall held off until the evening hours in the Boston area, with the heaviest of the rainfall winding down around midnight. Although the back edge of the rain lingered until early Saturday morning the main slug of rain had moved offshore.
All this due to a slow moving low pressure system that will lift into the…Continue
Another favorable day shaping up Sunday for all outdoor and recreational activity. The beach conditions will be nice as well, with a slight sea breeze keeping things a bit cooler there. Lots of sunshine, with some wispy high clouds from time to time will be the rule through the day. Expect high temperatures away from the coast in the low 80s, with upper 70s on the beaches.
Skies are partly cloudy tonight as lows fall to around 60 by morning. Winds will be light coming around to the…Continue
After the deluge of late Friday and Friday night the remainder of this past weekend brought plenty of clouds, hit or miss showers and thunderstorms along with the oppressive humidity. Most of the showers over the weekend either traveled over southeast Massachusetts and Cape Cod or through the Route 495 belt into southern New Hampshire. Most of southern Essex County received very little rain after Friday night. Saturday and Sunday were not as rainy as we thought it might be. Depending where…Continue
As expected the showers and thunderstorms arrived locally Friday afternoon and into the evening. With a mostly cloudy day, temperatures rose to around 80 on the coast to some mid 80s well inland. The showers and storms arrived early to mid afternoon through the western suburbs and later afternoon along the north shore. Some of the showers and storms promoted torrential downpours, with some western suburbs seeing up to 2 inches. Worcester County had a general rainfall of 1.5 to 2.5 inches,…Continue