Sun Is Shining On Fenway For Friday's Red Sox Home Opener

BOSTON (WBZNewsRadio) - Friday's Red Sox Home Opener is finally here and the sun is shining on Fenway.

Friday's Home Opener forecast appears to be one of the best in years, as Fenway has seen everything from freezing temperatures to snow and rain. This afternoon will get temperatures in the 60s and sunshine with a light breeze out to right field.

If you remember last year's game on April 1, there was a high of 58, a low of 35, paired with rain and traces of snow.

This weekend won't be as nice, with a cold front heading into New England late Saturday afternoon and into the evening. Temperatures should reach the 60s during the day and then a light wintry mix is possible in the highest altitudes, and farther south we should see scattered showers by the evening.

Better get those rain boots ready for the little ones hunting Easter eggs Sunday morning, as everything will still be wet. Things will dry off in the afternoon with highs in the 50s.

As for Marathon Monday, things are shaping up to be a great year, especially for runners. Temperatures begin in the 40s slowly gaining traction into the 50s by the afternoon as runners aim to cross the finish line in Boston. There is a chance of showers but not until the evening. The cold front brings temperatures in the 50s for the rest of the week.

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