Dry, sunny and warm weather will hold through Sunday around the Boston area.
The weather this weekend will continue to feature perfect conditions for most outdoor activities.
Rain and high humidity will stay away through Sunday as temperatures once again rise to around the 80-degree mark.
At Long Pond, Pennsylvania, for the Pocono 400 on Sunday, sunshine will throttle the temperature to near 80 F after a traditional cool early June start in the mountains. There may be patchy early morning fog. Thunderstorms building to the west in the afternoon should hold off until after the race.
If it is the beach you had in mind on this weekend, remember surf temperatures are still in the upper 50s and can pose a risk of cold water shock for many individuals.
An end to the dry spell around Boston will not come with the weekend but will instead last through Monday. Tuesday is when a shower or two will return.
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AccuWeather.com Senior Meteorologist Kristina Pydynowski contributed to the content of this story.
While rain will slice through portions of the Midwest and Northeast this week, it will interrupt the stretch of dry weather in store for most locations only briefly.
While waters will be slow to recede across flood-ravaged South Carolina, a stretch of dry weather will provide favorable conditions for cleanup efforts across the region.
One potential path for Joaquin will have the remnant cyclone reaching Ireland as early as Saturday.
Joaquin remains on track to make Europe its final destination with a part of the British Isles and western Europe first facing potential impacts this weekend.
The next round of rain for the Washington, D.C., and Baltimore areas will be at the end of the week into the start of the weekend.
Despite Hurricane Oho not making landfall across Hawaii, rough surf will rattle the islands into Friday.