The sky weeps from midterm week
Although the weather here in Boston will bless us today with one more day of sunshine and ridiculously high temperatures, don’t expect it to last. Temperatures will start heading down towards the weekend and into next week, with showers Friday morning and Sunday afternoon. So, instead of waiting for your day off to go out... is taking that midterm outdoors really such a bad idea?
The impending rain would help with the rain deficit in the Boston area, but rain activities in other parts of the country may be catastrophic. The South is bracing for another round of severe weather with thunderstorms, damaging winds, large hails, and strong tornadoes. This system came after a strong weather system last week that devastated communities in the South with 49 tornadoes. This weather pattern is typical for the South during spring when storm systems intensify with the help of warm and humid air from the Gulf of Mexico.
Thursday: AM shower and fog possible, then cloudy. High around 67°F (19°C). Southwest winds around 3–5 mph.
Thursday night: Cloudy. Low around 55°F (13°C). Southwest winds around 6–9 mph.
Friday: Chance of showers. High around 65°F (18°C) and low around 45°F( 7°C). South winds around 13–21 mph with 37 mph gusts.
Saturday: Mostly sunny. High around 53°F (12°C) and low around 40°F (4°C). Northwest winds around 10–13 mph.
Sunday: Rain. High around 50°F (10°C) and low around 39°F (4°C). Southeast winds around 11–16 mph.