A Month Off
Posted by Chris Lambert
It was a slow process to improve yesterday, but once it did, what a beautiful end to the day! At least weather-wise... frustrating finish to the game in Seattle though. Ugh.
Anyway, the mild air has moved in, and we'll enjoy those warmer temperatures throughout the day as highs head into the lower to middle 70s. The forecast of 73 as a number for Boston this afternoon represents an average September 15th day, not October 15th. Most of the day is dry, breezy and a bit muggy, but a few showers by mid afternoon may find their way into Worcester County and other locations west and northwest of 495. The highest chance for rain for all of us moves in around dinner time, lingering to midnight. In that time frame, heavy showers work in, and even a rumble of thunder. After midnight the rain tapers off from west to east and heads out to sea.
Behind the front, tomorrow does turn cooler, but near average with highs around 60.
Closer to 70 again Wednesday-Friday, although rain arrives by Friday afternoon, and that could be heavy at times late Friday-Sat AM time frame. The pattern is fairly quick moving, so the timing of the Friday-Saturday rain will likely be tweaked, but I don't think it's a 2-day rain event. If it's in early Friday, it's out by Saturday AM.
Enjoy the mid-week though... what a beauty!