By Todd Gutner WBZ-TV

Today was the warmest day since last November…Boston touched 62…but strong thunderstorms have swept the warmth offshore and a Wintry feel will replace the balmy air for the next couple of days.  Gusty WNW winds are transporting in cold air and temps are dropping fast…already in the 40s and 30s and there are even some snow showers in the Berkshires!  By morning we are looking at temps in the 20s almost everywhere and with this cold airmass in place tomorrow’s rebound won’t be much…we are looking at highs close to 40 with windchills in the 20s and 30s…what a difference a day makes!  The cold NW flow will continue through Wednesday before the air moderates and highs clear 50 again on Thursday with bright sunshine.  Much of the week will be uneventful until Friday when the southern jetstream ejects moisture and weak low pressure to the Eastern Seaboard on Friday where it links up with northern Jetstream energy and the low starts strengthening to our south.  Odds favor not taking a direct hit but there is a good chance we get grazed by some chilly raindrops during the afternoon especially before the low spins out to sea over the weekend.  Once the low departs, temps will have an opportunity to climb and the pattern looks to shift into a much milder one…


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