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Lots of rain to come for week of March 26, Easter Sunday will have clear skies

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Stephen Merrick

We’re looking at a week of moderate temperatures with heavy rain before some relief Easter weekend, according to the National Weather Service and Accuweather.

Wednesday will be cloudy and foggy with light wind, areas of drizzle and a high of 56. Temperatures will fall to the mid-40s in the evening with heavy rain starting.

Rain continues Thursday with temperatures in the low 50s falling to the low 40s in the evening.

On Friday, the rain continues but we may have a brief break in the afternoon., Don’t get excited, because temperatures will be in the 40s with a breezy northeast wind of 18-20 miles per hour. The rain returns Friday night and temperatures will fall to the high 30s.

The sun will finally come out on Saturday with temperatures in the low 50s but with heavy wind continuing and evening temperatures dipping into the mid-30s. 

The wind will let up in time for Easter Sunday. It will be mostly sunny with a high near 52, possibly falling to freezing in the evening. 

April Fools’ Day will be mostly sunny with a high in the low 50s dropping to the high 30s in the evening.

Tuesday looks like it’ll be the first of the April showers with rain and temperatures in the low to mid-40s falling to the 30s in the evening.

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Stephen Merrick, Staff Writer | he/him
Stephen is an undergraduate law major from Marshfield, Massachusetts. In addition to writing for the Journal, he is a member of the Suffolk University Debate team, and was previously the president of the Suffolk University Democrats. In his free time, he enjoys reading, fishing and scuba diving. When Stephen graduates, he hopes to join the United States Coast Guard.

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