Waves of heavy rain continue to work through New England this afternoon, but the steadiest rain will wind down this evening and tonight.
In addition to the rain, totaling 0.50-1.5" in most cities and towns, we have strong winds near the coast. Gusts there will reach as high as 30-50 mph at times. All the while, because the wind is coming in off the water, temperatures stay in the 50s and 60s.
A few spot showers will linger tonight, even though the heaviest pulls away, and skies will stay mostly cloudy with temperatures holding steady.
Tomorrow is breezy, but it's a warmer wind direction. That means highs will go into the 70s for many. We'll have some sunshine on Friday, blended with clouds, but still expect a few light pop up showers, mainly north and west of Boston.
Saturday is the pick of the weekend with lots of sunshine and highs around 80. The only spot with a few extra clouds, and perhaps a stray shower, would be in far northern New England.
Father's Day brings more clouds and more showers. It still doesn't look like a washout though. Temperatures will be in the 70s.
Next week will be warmer, with highs around 80, and more humid. Each day will also bring a few pop up showers or storms.