April showers bring May flowers (and cold), respectfully!
All around Boston, the trees are full of shades of white, pink, and green, the tulips in the Boston Public Gardens are reaching bloom, and allergies (and COVID o.O) are on the rise. However, we will have a small regression after Tuesday’s/Wednesday’s storm with the Boston area experiencing below average temperatures as the week comes to an end. Fret not, as seasonal spring temperatures and plenty of sun are just around the corner!
Across the country, a storm system is building over the plains and will likely bring more severe weather to the area and heavy rain to the northern plains. Florida, along with the Pacific Northwest, can also expect some rain over the next few days. Meanwhile, the Southwest, South, and Northeast will remain relatively dry.
As you enjoy the dry weather, remember to grab a jacket or sweater for the next few days, along with a mask (encouraged)! Stay healthy and safe and enjoy the seasonal allergies and pretty flora!
Today: Mostly sunny. High around 53°F (12°C). Breezy northwest winds ranging around 20–22 mph.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy with decreasing clouds overnight. Low around 38°F (3°C). Breezy northwest winds ranging around 16–29 mph.
Friday: Mostly sunny with increasing clouds during the day clearing out into the night. High around 54°F (12°C) and low around 43°F (6°C). Breezy northwest winds ranging around 18–29 mph.
Saturday: Partly sunny during the day with clearing clouds overnight. High around 58°F (14°C) and low around 42°F (6°C). North winds around 11–13 mph.
Sunday: Mostly sunny with increasing cloud cover over night. High around 66°F (19°C) and low around 44°F (7°C). North winds shift to south winds during the day around 6–9 mph.