The sun is coming out -- drumroll, please -- Monday.
In the meantime, Bostonians are in for a cloudy and damp Sunday with some “wet flakes” falling tonight and early Sunday morning, said meteorologists at the National Weather Service in Taunton.
No accumulation is expected, said Charlie Foley, meteorologist. “Most people won’t even see it,” he said.
Today’s high will reach about 42 degrees with a low of 37 degrees. Sunday’s high is expected to top out at 47 degrees with a low near 39 degrees.
Just in time for Patriots Day and the Boston Marathon, the sun will peek out Monday, said Foley, but there will be a chance of showers during the day, before 3 p.m.
“I think Monday we will see some glimmer of sunshine,” said Foley.
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