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A gorgeous stretch of dry weather is in store for Massachusetts ahead of the official start of astronomical fall this week.
Massachusetts health officials on Monday reported a spike of 3,335 coronavirus cases over the weekend, as hospitalizations continued to rise amid the delta variant.
Hope you enjoyed the sunshine from the last few days because it's about to get quite wet across Massachusetts and around southern New England.
Get outside to enjoy the break from the oppressive heat and humidity because the brutal dog days of summer with sticky weather is set to return in a few days.
Massachusetts health officials on Monday reported 1,243 new coronavirus cases from over the weekend, as statewide COVID hospitalizations ticked up to the highest level in several weeks.
After a wet end to the weekend, Massachusetts residents will get a reprieve from the soggy weather to start the week as summer heat returns.
It has been raining so much -- rain totals boosted by a tropical storm -- that this month could end up being the wettest July in recent recorded Boston history.