BOSTON - Wednesday and Thursday look great. Plentiful sunshine returns and highs will be between 65-70 degrees. Now that's what I am talking about. If only we could do that on a weekend.
Speaking of the weekend. . . of course, it is complicated.
There will be a storm system to the south of New England. Our weather on Friday, and perhaps Saturday as well, is dependent upon how close it comes.
The highest risk of rain comes on Friday and in southernmost locations. I would say there is about a 50% chance of a rainy Friday south of the Mass Pike right now.
The farther north you go, the lower the rain risk.
On Saturday, that storm system will be pulling away from our area. So, the risk of rain is lower but still there.
Either way, I would plan on the weekend starting out a bit cloudy and damp, especially over southeastern Mass. We should see improvement during the day Saturday. Sunday right now looks like the pick of the weekend and a great day.
The next few weekends are typically the most popular days of the year for. Currently, the color remains nearly non-existent up there. We are seeing low, spotty color in areas that are typically near peak like the Greens and Whites.
Everything is delayed by a few weeks and with all the rain I am starting to wonder if many of the leaves will go directly from green to brown this year.
I am not ready to chalk up this season as a lost cause, there is still time for a decent, albeit delayed,but we desperately need the weather to start cooperating.
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