It's a rather gray start to our Wednesday, but sunshine will increase from northwest to southeast as the day goes on.
A weakening front is pushing offshore this morning, taking most of the clouds away, leaving us with a mixture of sun and clouds and high temperature well into the 70s.
Pack your patience for this afternoon's commute, because rain moving in to the region. There may be a two-to-three hour window for some steady rain and downpours.
Memorial Day weekend is typically the unofficial start to summer, but it feels like we’ve already kicked it off with our first heatwave of the season.
We're under a mixture of sun and clouds and temperatures this afternoon will be near 70 degrees. It will be cooler at the shore with a light onshore breeze.
From 90s to 50s, record breaking heat to below average temperatures, sweating to shivering.
After our second earliest heat wave on record for the Boston area, relief returns for the weekend with high temperatures ranging from 20-25 degrees cooler than Friday’s high temperatures.
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.
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