Another weekend of winning weather

I’m going to keep this blog entry pretty short. The weather this weekend is going to be rather perfect. For the final weekend of June, you really couldn’t ask for much nicer weather. Warm days with wall to wall sunshine will follow clear and comfortable nights of low humidity and cool temperatures.

Tomorrow morning around 5AM a few of you could see a reading in the upper 40s, while most of us end up around 54F or so. Boston will be just about 60F or a degree under.

Temperatures will quickly rise each morning towards their highs mostly in the lower to mid 80s. As usual, it will be cooler along the coast each afternoon. The two maps below give you an idea of the temperature pattern this weekend.

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If you are hiking you can count on readings a few degrees cooler depending on how high you go. If you are in the woods it’s also going to be cooler due to the shade and the moisture evaporating out of the ground.

If you are headed to the beach the tides are high around 1PM. Each beach is slightly different and tides around Falmouth and Buzzard’s Bay come in about 3 to 4 hour before their east facing counterparts.

I’ll be updating the forecast @growingwisdom on Twitter.


Winds are going to be very light all weekend. On Saturday they come from the west and on Sunday more from the south. Seas will also be very low running 1 to 2 feet at most and some bays will be calm especially the first few hours after sunrise,

I hope you get a chance to enjoy some or all of the weather this weekend. We had a long winter, the schools are finally closed and it’s time to slow it down a bit. If you have kids at camp anywhere in New England you can be sure they are commenting on the cool mornings, but quickly leaving those sweatshirts all over camp for lost and found. By the time their first activity arrives after breakfast they lake will be calling loudly for a swim or anything else on the water.

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