Tuesday June 4 2024 Forecast (6:39AM)

DAYS 1-5 (JUNE 4-8)

High pressure remains in control of the weather through most of Wednesday. The high center extending from Maine to southeastern New England promotes a light onshore air flow today, keeping all coastal areas cooler than inland locations. Wednesday, the high center slips to the south, and a southwesterly air flow will warm more of the region up, while the air is modified by passing over the ocean for the South Coast and Cape Cod. Early this morning, some patchy stratus clouds are around due to ocean moisture, but these will dissipate rather quickly as the sun rises higher. Tonight, this likely repeats, perhaps a little more extensively so that more of the region starts with a low overcast Wednesday before it burns off again. Later Wednesday, you’ll notice advancing high to middle clouds from the west, in advance of a broad upper low pressure area moving into the Great Lakes region. This feature is going to be the main player in our weather heading through late this week. First, it sends surface low pressure toward the St. Lawrence Valley with a warm front moving into, but probably not all the way through, the region on Thursday, before a cold front / occlusion moves in from the west. This spells a rather cloudy and occasionally wet day for Thursday. We may see rain-free periods, but overall it looks like the wettest and cloudiest day of the week. Friday and Saturday, under the eastern portion of an upper level low pressure circulation, while we see periods of sun, we also will be vulnerable to occasional scattered to isolated showers. Activity looks a little less Saturday than it will be Friday, so don’t cancel any weekend plans yet, but check the next couple updates for more.

TODAY: Patchy stratus / fog early morning, then lots of sun most of morning. A sun/cloud mix this afternoon. Highs 68-75 coastal plain, 76-83 inland. Wind variable up to 10 MPH with developing coastal sea breezes.

TONIGHT: Variably cloudy. Patchy fog. Lows 55-62. Wind variable under 10 MPH.

WEDNESDAY: Areas of low clouds and fog patches to start, then sunshine for a good part of the day before clouds increase again later in the day. Highs 69-76 South Coast, coolest Cape Cod, 77-84 elsewhere. Wind S to SW 5-15 MPH.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Clouding up. Overnight rain possible. Lows 56-63. Wind S to SE up to 10 MPH.

THURSDAY: Mainly cloudy. Periodic rain likely. Highs 63-70, coolest coast. Wind SE 5-15 MPH.

THURSDAY NIGHT: Cloudy. Showers likely. Chance of a thunderstorm. Patchy fog. Lows 55-62. Wind SE up to 10 MPH shifting to W overnight.

FRIDAY: Variably cloudy. Chance of showers, possibly thunderstorms. Highs 65-75. Wind SW to variable 5-15 MPH.

FRIDAY NIGHT: Partly cloudy. Chance of a shower. Lows 55-62. Wind variable up to 10 MPH.

SATURDAY: Partly sunny. Chance of a shower. Highs 67-74. Wind variable up to 10 MPH.

DAYS 6-10 (JUNE 9-13)

Upper level low pressure weakens and drifts eastward across the region early in the period with additional isolated showers possible, before another upper low moves in via the Great Lakes later in the period and continues the unsettled pattern and also keeps us from seeing any overly warm to hot weather.

DAYS 11-15 (JUNE 14-18)

A little more westerly flow can develop here but more of a transitional blocking pattern, still with a few shower chances and no significant early season hot weather.

36 thoughts on “Tuesday June 4 2024 Forecast (6:39AM)”

  1. Good morning and thank you TK.

    Made 78 here yesterday before the bdf, then slowly fell off to 69 later in the day.

    57 overnight.

    63 currently

    Ocean temp: 59 2 (Boston Bouy)

  2. Thanks TK! Tough call for us Thursday whether to have our 5pm graduation outside or inside – ugh! We can handle clouds cool and drizzle but rain would not be received well

  3. Back to crappy New England weather in early June. Last weekend was simply incredible. Warm and low humidity. Wishful thinking it would last.

    Thanks TK.

  4. Thanks, TK.

    Philadelphia fans have a reputation for being “nasty.” I beg to differ. I’ve spent some time there. My sister and brother live there. Philly fans are great. They’re passionate, to be sure, and can get emotional. But that’s generally not a negative, in my view. Here, they welcome Hoskins back to town (notice the packed stadium and it’s that way 81 days a year, like Fenway was a while back). https://x.com/_piccone/status/1797770496341373367

  5. Just nudged up to 69 here. A bit of a struggle to make 70 today, but a beautiful day none-the-less. 🙂

    1. I cannot believe the run of weather since May 21st.

      Its been unbelievable.

      There was some June 1 and 2nd a handful of years ago where I think the high temp in Boston was in the upper 40s.

      And also, there are plenty of those low pressure areas stalled underneath us where its 54F and drizzly, grey for days on end in late May, well into June sometimes.

    1. Saw him mention that last night on air.
      He also mentioned that it was seen recently on Long Island.

  6. Tom mentioned the fact that today the mercury in Alert, Nunavut (Canada) went above 32F for the first time in a while.

    Alert will have its fair share of (modestly) above freezing weather between now and the end of July. After that, it begins to periodically dip below 32F during the day in August before permanently (well, until May/June of the following year) staying below freezing by late August/early September.

  7. Just walked down to the center of town, about 1/2 mile. Sun was blazing hot, but the sea breeze was not cold, but rather refreshing. Temp here was just at 69.8. Just refuses to actually reach 70.


    1. Lovely.

      I’m down and out with pollen so all windows and doors are closed. I get to keep an eyes on kids swimming with the cameras.

      Anyone know how long it lasts.

  8. It’s that time of year again when the media acts like we’ve never had a pine pollen season before.


    We are about halfway through it so another week or 10 days left. Same thing every year. Some years a little more than others. This is an up here, last year was a little bit down, the year before was a little bit up.

    The irony is the pollen you can see is not the pollen that makes you sneeze and have allergies. It’s too big. The pollen that causes you allergies is something you can’t see with your eye.

    Anyway Thursday we should have some pretty abundant yellow green puddles around.

    1. I haven’t heard anything on media. I’m just finding it everywhere. And I mean everywhere. Even in the house. Ten more days mixed with uti I’m still fighting. Just dandy

  9. up to 72 here.
    also got an alert from nbc 10 with pictures of the cape flamingo.
    it is truly real.

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