Remember this pile of snow in Boston's Seaport district? It's still there. Kind of.
Ordinary summer weather patterns have set up perfectly for rain to converge on our region.
After weeks of inactivity in the Pacific Ocean there are now three tropical cyclones making their way toward east Asia.
Showers bubbling up Monday evening were small and highly localized, opening up creases for the sun's rays to intercept them.
Today we will probably see 90 degrees again, but at least we don't have storms in the forecast.
Don't forget the shades.
Slow-moving downpours dot the area as we head toward sunset. Tomorrow should be quite sunny and quite toasty.
Some storms could become severe, but mainly they will bring heavy rain and isolated areas of flash flooding over already-saturated ground.
There's a good chance rain is decreasing some by game time or a bit after.
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