The weather is going to be so much better than last year for the Boston Marathon
While the weather will not be as dismal as what runners faced in 2018, unsettled conditions will still provide less-than-ideal conditions for the 123rd Boston Marathon on Monday.
The dry weather that dominated the Boston area on Sunday is not expected to last into Patriots' Day.
The same storm unleashing a severe weather outbreakacross the South will cause a band of rain and a thunderstorm to sweep through Boston just prior to the start of the race on Monday morning.
The rain can fall heavy at times, and there can be a period of stronger winds that may rip away any banners that are not fully secured. Runners and spectators setting up before the race may have to find shelter for a time if a thunderstorm accompanies the rain.
Hundreds of thousands of spectators are set to cheer on the 30,000 runners of the 123rd Boston Marathon.
posted Sunday April 14th