Saturday was an absolute treat with sunshine and highs in the 60s. The weather was perfect for outdoor activities including the Red Sox duck boat parade in Boston. Unfortunately, Sunday is not going to be nearly as nice. A strong cold front will move through Saturday night. The wind will shift to the north, and a few passing showers are possible after midnight. The best chance of rain is in Eastern MA where the shower threat lingers through Sunday morning. Elsewhere, it will become partly to mostly cloudy, with the temperature falling into the low 40s by early Sunday morning. Don’t forget to set your clocks back tonight as Daylight Saving Time ends at 2 am Sunday. If you’re up early on Sunday morning, you will have a chance to see a partial solar eclipse at sunrise.
Sunday looks like a blustery and chilly day. It will be partly to mostly cloudy, with the temperature struggling to get above the mid 40s. A 10-25 mph northerly wind will make it feel colder. Football fans will want to dress appropriately for the tailgating and game in Foxboro. Skies will clear Sunday night, and the temperature will nosedive into the 20s to low 30s by Monday morning. Inland Southern New England will be in the mid to upper 20s by dawn Monday. The coast will be in the upper 20s to low 30s. The wind chill will be 5-10° cooler than the real air temperature.
Monday looks like a bright, but chilly day. Highs will be in the mid 40s with lots of sunshine. There will be a 10-15 mph northeast breeze. It will be cold again Monday night. A gradual warm-up is in the forecast for the midweek, with the temperature likely reaching 50° under mostly sunny skies on Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday should be considerably milder as a storm develops in the Plains and high pressure slides off the East Coast. Highs will be in the upper 50s to low 60s on Wednesday, and in the 60s on Thursday. Wednesday should be partly cloudy. It will be mostly cloudy and breezy on Thursday. Late-day showers are possible Thursday as the storm nears.
Thursday night into Friday will be rainy and mild. The wind will increase out of the south-southwest. The strong wind potential does not look as high as it was on Friday, but there may be some 30-40 mph gusts. The weather looks dry and cooler from Friday afternoon through next Saturday.