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More heavy rain moving in this week for Mass., New England

Another round of heavy rain will move into Massachusetts and New England to end the week. “It is going to turn wet and windy for the end of the week, especially on Friday,” StormTeam 5 Chief Meteorologist Cindy Fitzgibbon said. StormTeam 5 has labeled Friday an Impact Weather Day. A band of showers will move through midday on Thursday, but the system we are watching will push in Friday. Fitzgibbon said the system, which is currently bringing severe weather along the Gulf of Mexico coast, could bring another inch of rain to most of the area, with higher amounts near an inch and a half to southeastern Massachusetts.“The heavier rain will come through first thing on Friday morning. There will be some downpours for the Friday morning commute and it will be accompanied by some stronger winds,” Fitzgibbon said.There is a potential for southerly winds to gust to 50 miles per hour Friday morning, and Cape Cod with gusts 30 to 40 mph inland. It will be a little breezy on Saturday and Sunday with a blend of sun and clouds before a batch of showers move in Sunday night. That rain should be exiting first thing on Monday morning before the start of the 128th Boston Marathon.Hour-by-hour Futurecast

Another round of heavy rain will move into Massachusetts and New England to end the week.

“It is going to turn wet and windy for the end of the week, especially on Friday,” StormTeam 5 Chief Meteorologist Cindy Fitzgibbon said.

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StormTeam 5 has labeled Friday an Impact Weather Day.

A band of showers will move through midday on Thursday, but the system we are watching will push in Friday.

Fitzgibbon said the system, which is currently bringing severe weather along the Gulf of Mexico coast, could bring another inch of rain to most of the area, with higher amounts near an inch and a half to southeastern Massachusetts.

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“The heavier rain will come through first thing on Friday morning. There will be some downpours for the Friday morning commute and it will be accompanied by some stronger winds,” Fitzgibbon said.

There is a potential for southerly winds to gust to 50 miles per hour Friday morning, and Cape Cod with gusts 30 to 40 mph inland.

It will be a little breezy on Saturday and Sunday with a blend of sun and clouds before a batch of showers move in Sunday night. That rain should be exiting first thing on Monday morning before the start of the 128th Boston Marathon.

Hour-by-hour Futurecast

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