Boston, Jeff Brown, Chris Mama Wbz discussed on WBZ Morning News
Get your news WBZ News Radio. Six o'clock in Boston. Beautiful star Tuesday morning, bright, sunshine, and fifty six degrees. Good morning. I'm Jeff Brown. Thank you for getting your day started with us. The news at six sponsored by Toyota's official website for deals. Buyatoyota dot com. Here's what's happening. After a blast of summer heat yesterday. A return to more spring-like temperatures today, WBZ, TV meteorologist, Danielle Niles says, things will be a lot calmer as well right now fifty nine in Boston. Sixteen in Chatham. Mid to upper fifty s for many of us, a nice start. But about ten to fifteen degrees, cooler in spots in this time yesterday winds gusting over twenty miles per hour. We're not gonna have a damaging win today. But you'll notice the breeze kicking up at times. Clear skies for many of us. Some clouds building morning commute know whether related issues, grad, the shades son is now up and shining. Tampa cher's sixty five to seventy for most of us the evening commute very pleasant. We hit eighty eight degrees in Boston yesterday. That was the warmest temperature in the city we've seen since last September many homes and business owners faced with the decision of whether or not to turn on the AC for those without central air. Was it too early to install the air conditioners in the windows? Well, WBZ's Chris pharma, always cool, calm and collected. He's live in Beverly with us this morning. A look at this dilemma, good morning, Chris. Good morning to you, Jeff. You know, there's no doubt God's steam yesterday far cry from this morning's cool and breezy conditions here in Beverly where this woman had her hand yesterday afternoon on the dial ever air conditioned to what you got home from work, but then she thought twice no I held off. But I was going to what kept you from holding on the price. 'cause I figured we'll get cool during the nighttime today. So different is this much more refreshing. Yeah, but it's cooler. It's crazy. One extreme to the other extreme in being nearly twenty degree difference from yesterday and with all of that sheet humidity. It's dry and cool today in the high temperature you mentioned Jeff eighty eight degrees, just three shy yesterday of an all time high live in Beverley, Chris mama WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio, thank you. Chris, six oh to trouble this morning for the MVP TA, specifically the red line Ashman branch shuttle buses replacing service in both directions between Ashmawi JFK, UMass.