With four distinct seasons, Boston's weather is forever changing. The statewide weather motto is: If you don't like the weather, wait five minutes
Spring is a welcomed season as temperatures start to rise and the growing season begins. But, don't forget a jacket and an umbrella, as the growing season also means moisture is in the air.
Check out our list of Spring activities.
Summer can be delightful with the ocean breezes helping keep the humid temps in control. Evening temperatures can be cool and may require a light sweater. And a pop up thunderstorm is not uncommon, so you may want to include an umbrella in your bag. Summers average high temperatures in July are above 80 °F (26.7 °C) and overnight lows above 60 °F (15.5 °C)
Have a look at Summer highlights in Greater Boston.
Fall boasts crisp, cooling temperatures as Mother Nature displays her glorious colors in our foliage. Grab that heavier sweater and maybe a scarf so you can enjoy a stroll through the park.
Take full advantage of all that Boston has to offer in Fall.
Winter emerges with cooler temperatures and a potential for snow fall December through March. Winters are cold, but generally less extreme on the coast with high temperatures in the winter averaging above freezing even in January, although areas further inland will be colder. Don't forget to pack your heavy coat, hat and maybe a pair of boots.
Make the most of Winter with our list of highlights.
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