Easing into earlier evenings
If you’ve been missing some rain in your life, you’ll have to wait just a couple more days to get drenched. A few bands of moisture are forecast to move towards the east coast in the next couple of weeks. Some instability will drive the next couple of storms, though the western U.S. is finally getting some more temporary drought relief!
In daily news, daylight savings has been hitting many of us hard, especially those of us that are sensitive to seasonal mood disorders. If you’ve been feeling thrown off your rhythm by daylight savings, know that you’re not alone, and that the lack of light after 5 p.m. is affecting many of us. Try to get enough sunlight earlier in the day, and to let your eyes be exposed to plenty of light in the afternoon. At least we all get to witness the washes of color over the Charles as we come home from classes!
Tuesday: Sunny. High around 63°F (17°C). Winds 6-8 mph from the southwest.
Tuesday night: Partly cloudy. Low around 47°F (8°C). Winds from the north around 6 mph.
Wednesday: Cloudy, then clear. High around 59°F (15°C) and low around 41°F (5°C). Winds 6-10 mph from the northwest.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, then cloudy. High around 54°F (12°C) and low around 47°F (8°C). Winds 6-10 mph from the southeast.
Friday: Rain likely, with around a 70% chance. High around 61°F (16°C) and low around 52°F (11°C). South winds around 13 mph.