Weekly Outlook: May 30 – June 6

We’ve got a little bit of everything in this week’s forecast. Well, OK, not everything, there’s no snow in the forecast, but just about everything else. We start off with a rather wet Memorial Day, thanks to a cold front and the moisture from “Bonnie”.

Much of the region will receive around an inch of much-needed rain on Memorial Day. Bad for barbecues, good for lawns. Image provided by WeatherBell

Tuesday, we get back into the sunshine and warm temperatures with high pressure building in. Wednesday looks to be dry as well, but a backdoor cold front may bring another cooldown to coastal areas into Thursday. The end of the week looks a bit unsettled and a little cool for early June, with another cold front slowly moving into the region, giving us a chance for more showers and thunderstorms.

Seriously, that’s a tropical depression? Loop provided by NOAA.

Monday: Periods of rain, possibly heavy at times, especially during the morning. High 71-78.

Monday night: Showers taper off in the evening, some clearing towards daybreak. Low 58-65.

Tuesday: Becoming partly to mostly sunny, though clouds and a few showers could linger near the South Coast and Cape Cod for a while. High 78-85.

Tuesday night:Clear to partly cloudy. Low 53-60.

Wednesday: Sunshine and a few clouds.High 70-77, turning cooler along the coast in the afternoon.

Thursday: A mix of sun and clouds.High 64-71.

Friday: More clouds than sunshine, chance for an afternoon shower or thunderstorm.High 65-72.

Saturday: Partly sunny, scattered showers and thunderstorms.High 68-75.

Sunday: Intervals of sun and clouds, more showers and thunderstorms possible.High 68-75.

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