Boston hits 73 degrees, sets another record for warmth
Tuck away that winter coat because the temperature will continue to rise this week into record highs, according to the Northeast Regional Climate Center at Cornell University and the National Weather Service. Sunday was a record setter for Boston -- the third this month-- when temperatures rose to 72 degrees. Today will be added to the record books, with a high of 73 degrees as of 12:25 p.m, the National Weather Service. The original forecast called for a high of 74 degrees, but there is still time for that to increase, said meteorologist Bill Simpson.