Rain continues to move into New England Sunday, especially in Southern New Hampshire and Southern Vermont as well as areas along the Massachusetts Turnpike.
These on-and-off showers will interrupt your outdoor plans with dad, but it will certainly not be a washout. Rainfall totals will range between a quarter inch to three quarters of an inch, so it could lead to street ponding mainly where we get downpours.
While most of New England will need an umbrella Sunday, spots such as The Crown of Maine, Cape Cod and the Islands will stay mainly dry. Temperatures will be a bit cooler than Saturday with highs in the 70s.
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Monday will be pleasant. The air mass will be less humid with a light breeze under a partly sunny sky. Highs in the 70s near the coast due to a sea breeze that develops in the afternoon. But as we move away from the ocean, temperatures warm up into the low 80s. This will be the best day this week to run errands because an unsettled pattern is set to make a comeback Monday night with a chance for rain in the forecast every day until Saturday morning.
There’s a possibility for heavy rain setting up Thursday into Friday, making it a rainy start to the official start of summer on Friday.
Our 10-day forecast includes the first weekend of “summah,” and it looks promising with sunshine and highs near 80.