It’s going to be a nice one.
Temperatures will peak in the mid-80s on Thursday, but won’t be accompanied by high humidity, won’t include a threat of showers, and there is no reason to think thunderstorms are coming, the National Weather Service said.
“There are no watches, warnings, or advisories at this time,’’ forecasters wrote Thursday morning. “Dry weather prevails today and Fri[day] along with warm temperatures but comfortable humidity.’’
Overnight temperatures will drop into the 60s in Greater Boston to be followed on Friday with another nice day with the mid-80s during the day with comfortable levels of humidity, forecasters said.
The generally nice conditions with sunny skies and low humidity are expected to last into Sunday.
“The next chance of wet weather arrives Sunday night into Monday as a frontal boundary moves across the area,’’ forecasters wrote.
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