Foggy fall mornings make way for autumn days!
Get ready for lots of foggy mornings and rainy nights coming up this week! Slow-moving storms are forecast to move through the Eastern U.S. again for the rest of the week, bringing the possibility of flash flooding and signaling the beginning of the fall season and of October, one of Boston’s historically rainiest months. Although we still have a bit more of a warm September to get through, hopefully this means we can begin leaving behind sticky sunny days for cooler sweatshirt weather.
As we celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival and the Fall Equinox this week, we hope you’re beginning to fall into the rhythm of this semester. Watching fall foliage in Boston (which I’ve heard is especially popular September through October) is pretty infallible, but so is remembering to take breaks. The trees are just beginning to change the color of their leaves, which is also a reminder to change your seasonal clothes! It is almost time for our favorite season of stylish scarves and cozy sweatshirts.
Thursday: Foggy and mostly cloudy. High around 76°F (24°C). Winds 9–14 mph in the southeast.
Thursday night: Foggy and chance of showers. Low around 67°F (19°C). Winds 11–13 mph, southeast. Chance showers in the early morning.
Friday: Patchy fog and heavy rain. High around 76°F (24°C) and low around 64°F (18°C). Winds around 8–12 mph. Showers likely, mostly in the evening, and chance showers and thunderstorms in the early morning.
Saturday: Patchy fog, then mostly sunny. High around 74°F (23°C) and low around 61°F (16°C). Winds around 6 mph in the southwest, turning south.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, then partly cloudy. High around 73°F (23°C) and low around 59°F (15°C). West winds around 7–9 mph. Patchy fog in the morning.