Dry weather will be the story in Boston this weekend following a wet Saturday morning.
Similar to Saturday afternoon, Sunday will feature sunshine mixing with some clouds with temperatures around the upper 60s. A cool breeze will also blow.
Anyone headed to the ballpark to watch the Red Sox host the Tigers Sunday evening shouldn't have to worry about needing an umbrella; although a light coat may be needed as temperatures drop into the 50s during the game.
Temperatures are expected to remain a few degrees above normal on Monday and Tuesday with highs in the upper 60s.
Anyone with outdoor plans may want to take an umbrella with them since a few brief showers will be around.
Overnight lows each night through Tuesday are forecast to dip into the lower 50s.
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