Jacob Wycoff has your latest weather forecast.
NICK GIOVANNI: Jacob, we've been talking about so many churches taking the outdoor service route because of the pandemic. Thankfully, the weather cooperating.
JACOB WYCOFF: Yes, no precipitation to deal with, just maybe a chillier start to your Easter Sunday with a nice cold pool of air that is offshore. I think that that could deliver a chance for maybe some sprinkles, maybe some clouds as we go into tomorrow. But today, it's going to be full on sunshine, nothing to worry about throughout the day today. And as you go into the middle of the week, we're actually going to be rebounding back into the low 60s for Tuesday and Wednesday. There's that storm offshore. That's going to be kind of filtering back towards the west.
We do have some clouds off to the west. And we're sandwiched in between with some nice sunshine. So nothing to worry about for the day today. You see the extent of that sunshine throughout really all of southern New England. Our temperatures starting to respond to some of that sunshine, back into the mid to upper 30s in Boston and Worcester. 29 degrees in Hyannis. And 27 in Portsmouth. Here's how it plays out for your Easter. As you head out the door, we're expecting temperatures to be in the mid to low 40s. By the time we get into the midday and afternoon, back into the 50s, upper 50s, and a lot of sunshine along the way.
So as the kids are playing outside, maybe doing that Easter egg hunt, just throw in that sunscreen because the April sun is more comparable to early September. So you definitely could get a burn in early September. And if the kids spend extended periods of time, they could also get that burn. Upper 50s along the coastline, until you get to the Cape and islands, where they're going to be stuck in the mid to low 50s for today. Still, a lot of sunshine, just slightly cooler for some of those areas there. We'll also have a good sighting of the International Space Station tonight, about 8 o'clock, 8:10 PM rather to 8:16 PM, at a height of about 50 degrees above the horizon from the northwest to the southeast.
Check that out. Wave to them. Tell them we said hello. Back into the mid 40s for tomorrow. A chance for some clouds, maybe some sprinkles early on tomorrow into the midday. And I think that we're going to hold on to some clouds, kind of stuck in the upper 40s, low 50s for tomorrow. This is how it plays out on Futurecast. You'll see those clouds starting to build in. There's your rain chances-- very scattered. I don't think a lot of us seeing any rain drops, so it's only going to amount to hundredths of an inch. That's not the trend that we want to see.
We want to get a little bit more of a soaking, only because we are expecting some dry conditions over this upcoming week. And so that abnormally dry condition that has been growing over the past couple of weeks as a precursor to a drought likely going to extend. As we look ahead, we see the allergen levels also going to be rising up into this upcoming week. With the dry weather, I think we're going to get a lot of growing done. We just have to take care of some of those plants that are outside. Upper 50s, low 60s for the next few days. The cool day on Saturday in the middle 50s. Nick, back to you.