A Walk on the Mild Side

By Melissa Mack, WBZ-TV

Temperatures are running above-normal again today, yet it’s not exactly warm outside. The warmer air will work in this weekend before we take a tumble the middle of next week.

Today will start sunny side-up before clouds roll in from our west. These clouds will produce showers mainly after 6pm this evening. However, the showers that fall overnight may fall as a wintry mix for areas across southern NH and north-central Massachusetts as well as the Central Hills. These areas will be in the 30s at the time of the precipitation. So, the evening commute should be an easy one, but if you’re headed out later this evening, please be mindful of the weather conditions. A Freezing Rain Advisory will be in effect from 4pm today through 7am Saturday morning which includes southern NH, north-central Massachusetts, and the Worcester hills. You can always check out http://www.cbsboston.com for radar updates.

Saturday will begin with overcast skies and a renegade shower or two before more bright spots appear in the afternoon. Highs will be milder in the middle to upper 40s.
Sunday will be a mostly cloudy day with a slight chance of evening showers west of Boston. Highs will be in the 55-60F range. So, the Pats game should turn out dry with cloudy skies and temperatures in the 50s for kick-off@ 4:30pm.

Monday will be near 50F with cloudy skies and scattered showers. Temperatures will be on a slow downward spiral as the week progresses. Tuesday will be mostly cloudy with a chance of rain and/or snow as temperatures fall back near 40F. Wednesday will be near 40F, and Thursday will be colder with highs in the 30s.

Happy FRRRiday!
~Melissa :)

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