A frontal zone crossed the area overnight, bringing with it clouds and some downpours and embedded thunderstorms. Most of the Cape picked up just 1/10 to 1/4 of an inch of rain but parts of the Lower and Outer Cape saw considerably more as heavier and more numerous showers passed over those regions.
Behind this front, we were greeted by a gray start to Sunday but clouds are in the process of shifting offshore (as of mid-morning) and sunshine will be taking hold shortly region-wide.
It will turn into quite a warm day with temperatures climbing well into the 70s just about everywhere across the Cape, with some backyard thermometers likely ticking up to 80F. It will be a bit cooler along parts of Buzzards Bay and Nantucket Sound as a busy wind off the water develops over the course of the day.