Boston, Massachusetts 2021-05-08 11:13:50 –
The gray beginning of the weekend is due to offshore coastal storms and low pressure systems in New York and Pennsylvania.
Temperatures remain in the 1950s, especially near the coast, thanks to onshore winds, with inland locations around 60 degrees Celsius.
Rain showers can occur this afternoon and evening, especially in central and western New England, due to a pool of cold air that can cause small pieces of ice called hail. Partial sunny weather is expected, with temperatures dropping to 40 degrees Celsius tonight.
Sunshine welcomes us on Sunday with winds from the west-northwest. This means warm air, so highs rise rapidly from the mid-1960s to the first half of the 1960s by the afternoon and cool off on the south-facing coastline.
Most of us spend Mother’s Day without rain, and the best weather happens late in the morning and early in the afternoon. Clouds increase over time, and a cyclone may approach from the southwest later tomorrow, and after dinner, it may rain near the south coast and slowly spread to the east.
The system stalls east of Maine and sends a lively northwesterly wind on Tuesday.
Unstable showers can occur in northern New England, where the summits of Vermont and New Hampshire can be covered with a little snow. Wednesdays are refreshing, but there are also the highest temperatures of the 1960s and the warmth of the sun.
Thursday’s highest temperatures rise in the 1960s and 1970s under nearly clear skies. This is a weekday choice before the rain returns from Friday to Saturday to track the possibility of another coastal storm.
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