Super Saturday, Super Sunday? Sure, why not?
Another stellar day is on tap in a late spring/early summer pattern that has seen few days in a row with full sun and warm temperatures. I'm strongly hinting that these days have been a rarity recently - more reason to get outside and enjoy. With nearly full sun - and a UV index of about 9 - temperatures will soar again today to the low/mid 80s. Gentle sea breezes will kick us back to the upper 70s at the beaches, but it's more of a refreshing breeze than a cold wind off the water.
A series of weak weather systems will start moving into New England in the coming days. They'll be enough to jam us with clouds, but not enough to create all-day rains. First up is tomorrow and Tuesday. Greatest shower/t-shower threat remains to the west tomorrow, but as that system moves through on Tuesday, it looks like a better chance for getting wet.
In addition, the temperatures are on the downhill slide. Onshore winds and clouds will mean highs only in the low/mid 70s through midweek. At this point no heavy rain is in store in any showers, but with weak steering currents overhead, it wouldn't take much.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend!