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Sunshine will stick around until end of week

Dry and sunny weather will stick around for a few days, giving us a break from spring showers until the end of the week, forecasters said.

Today will be partly sunny, with high temperatures in the 60s and cooler near the coast. Skies should become clearer overnight as temperatures sink into the mid-40s and as low as the high 30s in Western Massachusetts.

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Sunshine will return in force Wednesday, with highs climbing into the 60s again and the 50s near the coast. Some clouds should arrive in the evening as low temperatures should sink into the 40s overnight.

Thursday will be mostly sunny and a bit cooler, though highs will again reach the 60s. Skies should see some light clouds in the afternoon; low temperatures will only drop into the mid- to high 40s.

“On Friday we’ve got a warm front approaching from the south, with about a 30 percent chance of rain,” said National Weather Service meteorologist Alan Dunham. “Saturday, we have a better chance of showers as the warm front move north.”

Friday should be mostly cloudy, with highs in the 60s and scattered showers possible after noon. Rain could continue through the evening as skies become cloudier and low temperatures drop into the 50s.

The weekend should start off rainy but warm, with high temperatures breaking into the lower 70s both Saturday and Sunday, though it will only reach the high 60s near the coast, forecasters said.

Catalina Gaitan can be reached at Follow her on Twitter at @catalina_gaitan.
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