This Week’s Weather Report by Meteorologist, Michael Page: “Steady Temperatures”

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April 4, 2021 by Meteorologist, Michael Page

After a few cold days to start April, our weather certainly turned around just in time for Easter.

Most of this upcoming week will continue to offer seasonable weather.

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Steady Temperatures this Week

All this week, there will be very little temperature variation around Hingham.

Morning temperatures will be in the low 40s each day, for kids at the bus stop, with afternoon temperatures climbing into the low and middle 50s.

This is the type of week, however, where temperatures will be closer to 60 degrees if you plan on traveling to a town that's a bit further inland.

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No Major Storms 

Much of this week will be dry, with a blend of sunshine and clouds.

Having said that, a large ocean storm will be spinning off our coastline Monday into Tuesday. That will bring more clouds than sun to start the week, and perhaps even a spot shower from time to time.

We'll tend to find brighter skies mid-week, after that storm pulls away.

Then, late week into next weekend, another system brings the risk of a few more showers.

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Pollen Kicks into High Gear

Have you noticed the buds appearing on trees in your neighborhood? Allergy season is underway.

Tree pollen this week will be high, especially Juniper, Poplar, Elm, and Maple.

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