A stalled warm front just south of New England will bring clouds. Winds will continue from the east, spreading cooler air inland. There will be periods of showers, though saying exactly when right now for a specific town isn't possible. Scattered showers are possible any time during the day, particularly after 11 a.m. There will be dry, cloudy and cool stretches as well. There are indications that we will see a lull in the evening, which would be great at Fenway. Temperatures will be unseasonably chilly in the 60s.
We have a decent shot of dry weather Sunday morning. Skies will remain mostly cloudy, but you could catch some breaks of blue. It'll be warmer and muggier with highs back in the mid 70s to lower 80s. Scattered thunderstorms will develop in the afternoon from the northwest and push southeast through the overnight hours along a cold front. That means points north and west of Boston have the biggest threat of storms during p.m. plans, but the Cape may wind up dry until the night!
We stay unsettled into Monday before we change back to nice summertime weather again next week.
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