After a few showers affected the Boston region on Sunday and freezing drizzle caused accidents over central Massachusetts in the morning, more tranquil weather is expected for Monday.
More sunshine will prevail by the afternoon hours on Monday with highs reaching the lower 40s.
Meanwhile, a storm system developing off the East Coast will strengthen as it lifts northeast into Tuesday.
This storm will strengthen the winds across the region with gusts to between 20-30 mph expected Monday night into Tuesday. Gusts could even be higher at the immediate coast.
A little rain will likely move into the area from the east as the aforementioned storm passes within a few hundred miles of the coast. The best chance for rain will be late Monday night into Tuesday.
Drier weather will move in Wednesday and Thursday with near-normal temperatures expected.
Comments that don't add to the conversation may be automatically or manually removed by Facebook or AccuWeather. Profanity, personal attacks, and spam will not be tolerated.
Much cooler air with temperatures more typical of mid- to late September will sweep across the Great Lakes and Northeast into next week.
Much of the southern United States dealing with the aftermath of Cindy will get a break from hot, humid and stormy conditions by the end of the weekend.
This weekend’s taste of September across the north-central United States will give way to a resurgence of heat, steamy air and severe weather by midweek.
The recent April-like rainy stretch of weather will quickly get erased by a resurgence of sizzling heat in northeastern China this week.
A welcome period of more seasonable conditions will grace Germany this weekend before the risk of stronger thunderstorms returns around the middle of next week.
Cooler air will continue to pour across the United Kingdom this weekend, providing relief from the longest June heat wave in more than 40 years.
A budding tropical depression in the eastern Pacific Basin threatens to increase downpours along Mexico's southern coast into Monday.