The forecast is pretty much staying the same from yesterday. Today turned out to be a really nice day with many outdoor sports finally having the weather dry enough to return outside and stop all these cancelled games. Tomorrow will be another great day outside with highs getting back to around 60 inland with a sea breeze along the eastern facing coasts, only letting highs get to around 50-53 and then fall back into the upper 40's during the afternoon hours. Saturday is one step up with highs notched up a few degrees higher, into the middle 60's. Want another notch up? You got it. Highs in many areas should go over the 70 degree mark and everyone will be pushing the 80 degree mark on Monday, except the south facing coasts and Cape and Islands where the SW wind is a strong sea breeze, so they will only mark to mid 50's to around 60 degrees while parts of metrowest of Boston will be nudging the lower 80's. We will start to cool down on Tuesday, but it will still be a very nice day with highs reaching into the lower 70's and then we will watch a weak area of low pressure develop along a sagging cold front coming through the Great Lakes bring us some scattered showers and cooler rain cooled temperatures in the mid to upper 50's, but at this time it looks like most of the storm's focus will be in northern New England, but its still six days away so there is plenty of time to dry this storm up. Thats all for now, enjoy the dry weather and pretty soon, we will be basking in the warmth of the summer sun, on Monday. Finally. More tomorrow.