Boston, Massachusetts 2021-04-08 04:07:02 –
Our quiet spring weather patterns continue here in New England.
It warms up a little every day today and tomorrow, gradually reducing the amount of clouds on the coast. Today’s highest temperatures are in the 1950s on the coast and in the 1960s and 1970s in the inland, with more sunshine. Land currents continue to bring cloud waves on today’s coasts and their cooler temperatures.
There will be no strong winds for the next few days, but if a wildfire occurs in a dry state, a breeze can spread the wildfire. Also, due to the dry weather, the pollen count is high until Saturday. More sunshine is expected on Friday, with the highest temperatures of the 1960s on the coast and the lowest temperatures of the 70s inland.
Saturdays are as warm as Fridays, with the highest temperatures on the coast again in the 1960s and the lowest temperatures in the inland areas away from the sea breeze in the 1970s.
Our weather patterns change on Sunday as the system approaches the area from the southwest. During the day, light rain falls from the southwest to the northeast. In the southwestern breeze, especially before it rains, our highs can still reach the lows of the 1960s and 70s in many places. The storm system extends northeast, which means that the possibility of rain will repeat next week, with lots of clouds in between.
Monday temperatures drop to 40-50 degrees Celsius, with terrestrial currents, clouds and showers. This volatile pattern will continue until next week, hitting a high in the 1950s. By the next weekend, we should break this pattern and see the sunshine and return to the 1960s.
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