After a wet end to the weekend, Massachusetts residents will get a reprieve from the soggy weather to start the week as summer heat returns.
There will also be a chance for hazy skies on Monday, as another plume of smoke from the western North America wildfires moves across New England, according to the National Weather Service.
A cold front moved in on Sunday, bringing some showers across the region. A high pressure system is expected to bring fair humid weather for Monday.
“It should be a nice start to the week, with Monday being a summerlike day as temps climbs into the upper 80s,” said Torry Gaucher, meteorologist at the National Weather Service, based in NWS Boston’s Norton office. “It should be fairly comfortable with mostly clear skies.”
After the sunny start to the week, an unsettled pattern returns with the risk for showers and a few thunderstorms on Tuesday.
“It won’t be a washout, but there will be pesky afternoon pop-up storms,” Gaucher said.
Temps on Tuesday should be in the mid 80s.
Then below-normal temps will arrive on Wednesday, as high pressure returns with dry and partly sunny conditions. Temps are expected to top out in the 70s.
Rain showers could return on Thursday, with temps again cooler than normal in the 70s.
Thursday evening into Friday morning looks like the best shot at heavier rain, followed by a dry Friday afternoon in the 70s.
“It should be refreshing type of weather,” Gaucher said, adding, “Not the sweltering heat of summer.”
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