Temperatures will reach the upper 80s to mid-90s today under partly sunny skies before a cold front crosses Southern New England, triggering isolated thunderstorms this afternoon across Eastern Massachusetts, forecasters say.
“The big change related to the cold front is drier and more comfortable air is seeping into the region,” said Charlie Foley, a National Weather Service meteorologist. “If you have an air conditioner, you won’t need to turn it on tonight.”
Humidity could return Thursday, along with a higher chance of showers and thunderstorms in Eastern Massachusetts. High temperatures are expected to reach 75, with clouds likely throughout the day.
Friday and Saturday are expected to stay mostly dry. The chance of precipitation in Boston is 40 percent. Temperatures will stay seasonable into the weekend, wavering between 70 and 80, according to the weather service. The weekend will stay mostly sunny.
The chance of precipitation will shoot up again Sunday, with rain likely to continue into the early week.
“The next significant precipitation will probably be Sunday into Monday as another cold front approaches,” Foley said.