Clouds will eventually drift back in through Wednesday morning from the northeast. Areas of fog and a few spotty showers are possible as you head out for the AM commute. Expect a cooler day with a lot of clouds.
A northeast wind will be a big factor in our weather over the next several days. This onshore flow will bring more clouds into our area along with occasional showers and drizzle for Wednesday and Thursday. These two days will not be wash-outs, but you should keep an umbrella handy.
High pressure to our north and low pressure to our southwest will keep us cool and cloudy, but mainly dry through Thursday. Low pressure will begin lifting northeast toward New England, bringing an increasing threat for rain to western Mass Friday and Saturday. A front will move through Sunday, which will also keep showers around. During this stretch of days, we will still have cloudy and cool weather and will be breezy at times also.
We should begin clearing out Monday and are looking mainly dry Tuesday as high pressure returns from the north. Our temperatures should finally return to the low 70s by then as well, after several days in the lower to mid 60s.
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