Storm Stays South of Boston This Weekend

By , Senior Meteorologist
October 12, 2013; 5:07 AM ET
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A storm responsible for rain, gusty winds, flooding and rough seas will stay south of Boston this weekend.

A zone of high pressure to the north will strengthen through Columbus Day.

While there can be some cloudy intervals during the first part of the weekend on the northern fringe of the storm, sunshine will prevail Sunday and Monday.

Dry and cool conditions are in store for both games of the American League Championship Series at Fenway this weekend between the Tigers and Red Sox.

Perfect football weather is in store at Foxborough, Mass., Sunday evening for the Patriots/Saints match.

The next chance of rain for the Boston area is not until the middle and latter part of next week.

Southern New England Interactive Weather Radar
Nor'easter to Persist on Mid-Atlantic Coast Into the Weekend
Best Chance of Snow Mid- to Late-Winter for Boston


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