Mostly sunny, high near 82 — TODAY'S FORECAST

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Friday afternoon should be sunny with temperatures hitting a high in the upper 70s, but showers and thunderstorms could move in again Friday night, the weather service said.

Wednesday will have a high of 82 degrees and will be sunny, and the remainder of the week will follow suit.

Temperatures will continue to climb through Saturday, and we will stay dry for the end of the work week.

High temperatures Wednesday are expected to top 80 degrees in MA, according to the National Weather Service.

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The temperature on Wednesday could be close to the hottest day on record in Boston.

Saturday's forecast calls for mostly sunny skies and a high near 70 degrees.

Boulder should see one more day of showers before things clear up over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service. Worcester's average temperature was 40.9 degrees, its 3rd coldest on record, while Hartford's 44 degrees was its 6th coldest. Humidity will be slightly higher than yesterday, resulting in slightly lower fire danger.

April has also been damper than normal.

Since January, the region has received 18.71 inches of rain instead of the 11.05 inches that typically falls.