With a high of 48 degrees in Boston, today was the 6th day in a row with a high in the 40s…we average very low 50s during this stretch. Now that’s consistency and with a stagnant pattern, we will only see subtle changes over the next several days.
An offshore storm will be stalled in the open Atlantic off our coast a few more days, this will send some clouds our way…especially over SE Mass. But these clouds won’t have enough moisture for any precip which is great news for holiday travelers. Air temps will be near 50 both tomorrow and Wednesday under partly to mostly clouds skies and light NE winds.
Thanksgiving looks great…milder air will be in the process of working into New England…this will create some stubborn lower clouds but they should burn off as the day moves on. Temps will also respond in the developing sunshine and should top out in the low to mid 50s.
A coldfront will be working in from the west as we approach the weekend. Before it arrives temps will top out well into the 50s on Friday, Saturday is the day of it’s arrival and this means some rain showers will be possible. Behind the front, temps nosedive…highs on Sunday may not reach 40! There will also be very gusty NW winds and it’s not out of the question that some flurries from the Gret Lakes or snow showers from the Northern New England mountains reach the area.