Cool weather before Father’s Day – NBC Boston

A noticeable change has come to the area – much cooler, less humid air is in place and will remain throughout the weekend. Keep in mind that typical highs for this time of year should be in the mid-70s, and we’ll occasionally get 10-20 degrees colder than that.

Today, expect varying amounts of sun and cloud with some possible splashes and scattered showers in the far north of the country. We can all see a shower or two from Saturday night to Sunday morning as the higher level energy passes. So don’t be surprised to wake up to a bad start on Father’s Day (especially early).

I anticipate gradual improvement on Father’s Day with the rest of the day expected to be mostly dry (aside from scattered showers in Maine) and sunny breaks in far western New -England should slide east just in time for sunset. Monday, the sun is back for everyone and it looks like a beautiful last full day of spring. Highs will be in the 70s and local sea breezes will be felt on the coast.

Tuesday officially kicks off the summer season with the solstice at 5:13 a.m. We’ll see highs in the 70s (cooler on the coast in the afternoon) and a mostly dry day apart from showers/single thunder in central/western Conn.

The end of next week shows a warming trend into the 80s and an increased risk of thunderstorms, especially Thursday and Saturday. We will be watching this closely in the coming days.

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