More summer-like conditions will return to the Boston area for a brief time before a front pushes through the region during the latter part of the weekend.
The high temperature on Sunday will climb into the low 80s with an increase in humidity.
“However, the warmer and more humid air will provide fuel for thunderstorms, which can be strong Sunday into Sunday night,” AccuWeather Meteorologist Mike Doll said.
One of those storms may be disruptive to the Boston Summer Arts Weekend on Sunday at Copley Square in Boston.
The higher humidity will stick around into Monday before exiting the region on Tuesday.
Sunshine will be the rule into the middle part of the week, with daytime highs in the mid-70s and overnight lows in the low 60s.
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