The recent cool stretch of weather in Boston will be erased during the first two days of June.
Sunday will be the milder and nicer of the two days of this weekend as high pressure builds overheads and plenty of sun shines.
Temperatures will rise to around the 70-degree mark, while humidity remains comfortably low.
Anyone planning to spend the first day of June outdoors should remember to take preventive measures against the sun's harmful ultraviolet rays.
This includes baseball fans who are heading to Fenway Park Sunday afternoon to watch the Red Sox take on the Tampa Bay Rays.
Further warming will occur on Monday as winds shift around to the southwest and boost temperatures to the lower 80s. The surge of warmth will not be accompanied by higher humidity.
Dry weather from Sunday will hold into Monday as sunshine mixes with clouds.
Numerous clouds will filter overhead on Tuesday before showers and thunderstorms return at midweek.
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With the help of a new moon, stargazers are in for a treat as the peak of the Delta Aquarids meteor shower unfolds in the predawn hours Tuesday, July 29.
A couple enjoying serene waters and lush landscapes as the perfect selfie background were shocked when a burst of lightning struck the trees behind them, erupting in a ball of fire.
Cooler temperatures and lower humidity continue through late-week, despite the return of thunderstorms.
Seattle is in store for an extended stretch of sunshine and warmer weather.
A tropical wave west of the Cape Verde Islands looks like it could be the next named tropical storm in the Atlantic Basin.
Following thunderstorms, cooler settles into the Midwest and Northeast through Midweek.
Sharon, PA (1999)
70 mph wind gus in a thunderstorm.
Small but intense storm, said to be the worst in about 50 years, hit southern Mississippi (where Camille hit in 1969). U.S. Coast Guard cutter lost with 39 aboard.
New England (1949)
Heat wave in New England; Greenville, RI hit 102 degrees.