Boston, Massachusetts 2021-06-06 06:47:43 –
Throughout the year, Boston’s average temperature exceeds 90 ° for 14 days. Yesterday was already the third time this season, but we’re ready for a few more. Saturday started what was likely to be a four- or five-day heat wave across New England.
The last few days, including today, will continue to be even hotter. Temperatures this afternoon range from mid-90s to mid-90s and can be mid-to-late 90s on Mondays and Tuesdays. When humidity is added, it may feel 100 degrees. It’s very warm at night, and if you don’t have the right means to keep it cool, the lowest temperatures of the 70’s can be dangerously cool. If you spend a warm night, you will not have the opportunity to cool down.
Showers and thunderstorms will be a little more from Tuesday to Wednesday. At this point, it seems unlikely that there will be widespread stormy weather. As the cold front moves, temperatures return to seasonal levels (late 70’s and early 80’s).
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