By Todd Gutner WBZ-TV

Highs today only reached the 20s despite nearly wall to wall sunshine.  Now we are heading into the weekend and we will be leaving behind the arctic air…temporarily.  A storm system will swirl to our north allowing a flow of milder air into New England…with developing sun tomorrow highs will reach the middle 40s and the same will happen on Sunday too.  By late in the day on Sunday, however, an arctic front will pass and temps will drop from about 32 degrees at kick-off to the middle 20s by the end of the game.  Along with the cold, wind will be a factor with gusts in the 30s creating icy windchill values.

Next week is looking brutally cold…at the moment every single day of the workweek should have a high below 30 degrees…mostly near 20…and overnight lows in some areas will be subzero.  There will also be a couple of chances for snow…the first one comes early Tuesday morning with a little light snow and the second comes on Friday.  Neither of the two events looks like a big storm as the ingredients just aren’t coming together but they will need to be watched.


Have a great weekend all….


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