The winds have shifted and we will ‘feel’ the change as the day progresses.
We have already reached our high temperatures overnight.
Watch Melissa’s forecast:
For the remainder of Thursday, temperatures will be hovering in the 40s.
Due to cold air advection, temperatures will plummet into the lower 40s by late this afternoon.
Winds will be brisk from the north-northwest.
A round of rain is exiting New England this morning, but with the cold front paralleling the East Coast, it will allow another wave of low pressure to skirt southern New England.
This will produce scattered showers along with some snow which will develop this afternoon and linger into the early tonight.
A half an inch of snow is possible for higher elevations in central and southeastern Mass..
High pressure will make its mark on Friday.
It will be sunny, but high temperatures will on reach the middle and upper 40s along with a gusty northwest wind.
Saturday will continue with the sunny trend which will be accompanied by warmer temperatures as they reach the upper 50s.
Then, ahead of another weak moisture-starved cold front, Sunday will be partly cloudy to partly sunny with highs in the lower and middle 60s.
Are you prepared for these cooler temperatures?