Boston’s high was just 43 degrees…that’s what we should experience in late February and early March…gross! Raw NE winds are blowing around an area of low pressure and in off the ocean. This is keeping mist and drizzle going while steady rain falls over SE MA. The low center will swirl away early tomorrow morning but the wind will remain lightly onshore locking in low-level moisture and clouds. Winds out ahead of an approaching coldfront will stir out of the SW this will bring in drier air and brightening and sunshine from west to east during the afternoon, but the last to get this windshift will be Eastern MA. Therefore improvements for Eastern MA will be delayed until late in the day keeping temps in the 50s for sections of the coastline and 60s elsewhere.
The front will slide through very early Thursday morning with a line of showers followed by increasing sunshine and temps in the lower 60s. Another weak disturbance will trigger a few more showers early Friday morning followed by sunshine.
High pressure will build in for the weekend and anchor itself over the region keeping rain away for days and days. Expect lots of sunshine and temps near 70 inland and cooler 50s and 60s near the coast…all in all a great looking weekend!