Boston, Massachusetts National Guard, Barney discussed on WBZ Morning News


Noodle that one for a while Barney and lamb chops. Unbelievable. All right, Laurie, thank you. Take a look. At the four days of easy AKI. Weather forecast. Here's meteorologist in Divorce. Yeah, I can't wrap my head around that either this morning. Today's the down day of the next four at actually six seventies when he counting the holiday weekend with showers, especially this afternoon's gonna be wet. So grab the umbrella hold on tying temperatures low to mid seventies. Today some showers in a rumble tonight and then it looks like maybe something early tomorrow, a little drier afternoon with warm and human conditions UPIN the load of it eighties. The shower thunderstorm could come through. I think tomorrow night and then as we get into Friday breezy, warm mid eighties, but the humidity lowers. I've got a great weekend in store temperatures. Upper seventies low eighties inland spots loaded but seventies of the beaches right now, all three days Saturday Sunday and the Labor Day holiday look dry. I'm AccuWeather meteorologist in divorce. Visi Boston's NewsRadio. That's good clouds here in Boston right now. 67 degrees Good morning 7 56 on the Ring Central News line this Wednesday. Well, we may have missed it in the clouds September's full corn moon. It only happens once every three years. September's full moon was given its name by the Algonquin tribes living in the northeast of us, according to the Old Farmer's Almanac. They named it for the time of the year when they harvested staple crops like corn, pumpkin, squash, beans and wild rice. The harvest moon won't arrive until one month from now. October 1st. Mac Piper CBS News and the Clouds. You're going to stick around today. Wait. There's Maura. Beautiful weekend on the way Now, How much would you pay coming up on BBC news Radio this Wednesday morning. One race is still up in the air hours after the primary polls close in Massachusetts. The mystery deployment of the Massachusetts National Guard explains by the governor on.

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