Here’s what time more rain showers, thunderstorms are possible this afternoon

Forecasters expect more wet weather this Marathon Monday, but "the main show" is over.

Runners wait under a tent while it rains before the start of the 123rd Boston Marathon.
Runners wait before the start of the 123rd Boston Marathon. –Jennifer McDermott / AP

While Monday morning’s rain showers and thunderstorms have passed, more wet weather could be in store this afternoon, according to the National Weather Service.

Forecasters expect a lull during the peak running times of the 2019 Boston Marathon, but then a cold front moves in, and it could bring scattered showers and thunderstorms as a result, according to meteorologist Kim Buttrick.

These scattered showers are predicted between 2 and 6 p.m., Buttrick said, “but the main show” was this morning.

“That was a more organized line of showers, heavy showers, and thunderstorms,” she said.

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