With the thermometer ticking up to 90° at Logan Airport, it’s officially a “heat wave” for Boston.
It's officially a heat wave in Boston, as temperatures hit 90 degrees for the third straight day on Friday.
Records shattered all over New England in the searing heat. Cooler air moves in tomorrow, and continues to sink the numbers for the weekend.
New highest temperature records were set yesterday across New England. Boston reached 92 degrees, tying the previous record set in 1977.
A Bermuda high will bring summer-like warmth to New England through Thursday as we round the bend into the middle of May this week.
Low 80s today - just a sample of things to come over the next two days.
We’re waking up to much nicer weather across New England. The nor’easter is finally moving out.
Our warm-up will start tomorrow as the sunshine makes a return and temperatures approach 80 degrees.
Wind-whipped rain during the morning will give way to clearing skies during the afternoon on Monday.
Sorry, Moms. It was NOT a very nice Mother’s Day.
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