Jacob Wycoff has your latest weather forecast.
JACOB WYCOFF: Actually have a nice pass of the International Space Station this evening between 7:51 and 8:01 at about 50 degrees above the horizon from the West/Southwest to the Northeast you'll see it's sort of a streak moving across the sky. Look up at them, give them a wave. Also, if you're a shutterbug, if you're a camera lover, go ahead and take a long exposure picture and send that on into us. We'll try to share that a little bit later.
But heading into this day and into the next few days, phenomenal weather continuing, just a great setup with high pressure keeping us nice and sunny, nice and mild. The exception to that rule is going to be the coastlines, that you're going to stay in the 40s and 50s. Still holding onto the sunshine, just a little bit cooler. A chance for rain arriving later in the week. Thursday, Friday sort of time frame, the best chance for that rain.
Yesterday, we hit the mid to upper 50s and low 60s, but for the Cape upper 40s. Same sort of play out today, slightly milder for everyone, back into the sunshine, maybe a couple of clouds mixing on in as you go into the evening and afternoon. But 65 for an afternoon high. As you go inland, outside of 128, I think, Boston you probably hit the middle 60s as well.
Big ridge of high pressure. I like to call this "the dome of delights" because it just brings delightful temperatures to us, delightful conditions, that big dome of high pressure. So that's what we like to call this high pressure will eventually push on out of here.
Maybe adding a couple of clouds on Tuesday. We'll call it increasing clouds for Tuesday. But this is the system that we're watching for Thursday into Friday. It's still going to bring us some rain, but it's not going to amount to all that much.
In the meantime, we will see temperatures still well above average, in fact, on Thursday hitting 67 degrees. This upcoming week, there's our chance for showers Thursday morning, another chance arriving Friday. I think that's going to be the better chance for more widespread showers.
Our seven-day forecast does show those above average temperatures last the entire seven-day forecast. We're in the 60s for much of it. The exception to that rule is going to be on Wednesday. We'll call it upper 50s, still above average.
And looking ahead to the last few days of March, we're going to stay above average. So a nice warm stretch ahead. Nick.