The weekend forecast worked out reasonably well.  As I said, no showers, which was pretty much the story.  I did mention some scattered showers Sunday afternoon and evening, and that was definitely the story.

The threat of some showers and unsettled weather off and on over the next couple of days, as a large low pressure system in the upper atmosphere anchors itself briefly east of New England before pulling away.

We're going to have the risk of a few showers today.  Temperatures in many cases will not be out of the 60s.  There will still be the threat of a passing shower overnight. 

Tuesday and Wednesday will be more of the same.  Temperatures may be near 70 with some luck, but with more clouds and some sunshine, and the risk of some passing shower at any point.  Temperatures will be hard pressed both days to get out of the 60s. 

Temperatures should start to moderate more noticeably at the end of the work week.