Those with outdoor plans around Boston will continue to have to deal with spotty showers through Monday.
As a storm system spins near Nova Scotia, yet another shower or two will dampen the Boston area on Monday and put a damper on some outdoor activities.
The good news is that Monday will likely be less than active than Sunday in terms of shower coverage, meaning stretches of the day will be dry.
The showers will also remain light, preventing any flooding problems are arising.
Amid the showers, temperatures will still manage to climb into the 60s on Monday as a breeze blows.
Warmer air will not pour in Tuesday through Wednesday despite the end to the shower chance. Temperatures will remain held to more seasonable highs in the lower to mid-60s.
Warmth from the southern Plains will finally surge into the mid-Atlantic later in the week. However, it will be a close call as to whether Boston experiences a spike in temperatures on Saturday or stubborn cooler air hangs on.
A new tropical threat may loom for the Caribbean and North America in the not-too-distant future, while eight more weeks remain in the Atlantic hurricane season.
The greatest danger of flooding across the central United States will unfold in western Texas, where downpours will be most persistent into Monday.
Fall air has finally arrived in the northeastern United States and may yield the first frost of the season in parts of the region this weekend.
Typhoon Megi will continue to strengthen before threatening lives and property across Taiwan and eastern China this week.
Gusty winds will accompany a push of chilly air across the Great Lakes from Sunday night through Tuesday.
The first windstorm of the season could blast the northern United Kingdom around Tuesday as Karl arrives.
Record Cold..... Location New Record Old Record Augusta, GA 42 45/1896 Greenville/Spartanburg SC 42 44/1985 Huntsville, AL 44 45/1985 Birmingham, AL 43T 43/1965
Arthurdale, PA ()
Golf-ball sized hail up to 8" deep.
Baltimore, MD (1816)
Water froze one-half of an inch thick.