Temperatures made quite the climb yesterday. Boston reached 61F, which was just a few degrees shy of brekaing the record high of 64F in 1907.
Today will be the result of the cold front sweeping across the region. It will be washing away the warmth and replacing it with a cooler air mass. Temperatures will drop into the 30s and 40s this morning and will only rebound a few degrees this afternoon thanks to the sunshine.
Wednesday will be a sunny day as well besides a few more clouds blanketing the sky across southeastern Mass.. Highs will be cooler near 40F.
Thursday will be another sunny one with highs in the lower 40s.
Guess what?! Friday will be another beauty! It’ll be warmer with highs near 50F.
This weekend’s pick day is setting up to be Saturday with sunshine and highs in the middle 40s. Then, the forecast becomes interesting. The GFSx and the EURO have a storm heading our way on Sunday into Monday. On Sunday, the models show a rain/snow mix, with the best chance of snow occurring north of the Pike.
Then, as the storm lingers into Monday, the models show the snow potential occuring north and west of Boston, mainly outside of 495. We will be following the updated storm track as well as the rain/snow line as we near the actual time of the event. If this track comes to fruition, this would provide shovelable amounts of snow north and west of the city.