After a cool weekend, temperatures will be on the rebound around Boston during the first part of the new week.
Average temperatures this time of year range from a low in the lower 50s to a high in the middle 60s, but it will not feel like a typical early October weekend.
The departure of Saturday's rain will give way to unseasonably cool air for the remainder of the weekend with a gusty wind adding to the chill.
AccuWeather.com RealFeel® temperatures will drop into the 40s early Sunday morning before being held to the 50s during the daylight hours.
The AccuWeather RealFeel® Temperature stands apart from other indices, such as the National Weather Service's Wind Chill Index, which generally rely on two factors - such as temperature and either wind speed or humidity. RealFeel® Temperatures incorporate many factors in a complex equation to provide a precise measure of how the temperature feels outdoors in a specific location. Contributing factors include temperature, wind speed and humidity, as well as additional factors including precipitation, cloud cover and sun intensity. Only the patented technology of the RealFeel® Temperature lets you know what it feels like to people.
Temperatures will rebound during the first part of the new week as an area of high pressure slides off the coast and a southerly flow of air develops. By Tuesday, highs in the 70s will return.
Dry weather will hold through the first couple days of the new week underneath a partly to mostly sunny sky.
There may be an episode of rain during midweek, depending on the track of another disturbance swinging through the Midwest.
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