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After yesterday’s nice warm and even humid weather with highs of 68-74, reality sets in tomorrow as much colder air rules. It will be flowing out of Canada following the passage of a cold front late tonight or early tomorrow. There is some support for a few showers during that time period as an upper level trough of low pressure streams through.
It feels more like July this morning than November with temperatures already in the humid middle 60s so we have an excellent shot of exceeding 70 today. Today’s record high of 77 degrees set in 1974 will not be broken but a predicted 73 is not far off. Contrast that with the average high for this date which is only 57. A Wind Advisory has been issued by the National Weather Service for strong, gusty southwesterly winds of 20-45 mph through 6 pm today.
As much as I really love snow and winter sports, I always become somewhat depressed when October comes to an end. Do you? It is one of my favorite months of the year mainly due to the wonderful fall foliage colors, football and the crisp autumnal air. Overall, this October has been especially nice with 1 day in the 80s, 6 in the 70s, 15 in the 60s and the last 5 days in the 50s.
It was another nippy night as most places trumped yesterday morning’s chill by a few degrees. Under clear, calm conditions, the setup was ideal for premium radiational cooling. Lowland locations bottomed out closer to 20 degrees like Norwood Airport. Twenties were widespread amidst the frosty terrain making this the coldest morning since April. Boston’s
The region needs a big rain storm to squelch the very dry conditions. Following a monsoonal June with more than 10″ of rain and near average rainfall in July, we have had 3 dry months. […]
It has been one unbelievable winner of a weekend in Boston! The 49th Head Of The Charles Regatta is featuring nearly 10,000 rowers from around the world and the Boston pro sports teams have all been victorious. The Bruins shutout the Lightning, the Revolution beat Columbus and the Red Sox are the AL Champions!!!!! OMG, it doesn’t get any better than that.
Boston is bustling this weekend with the great Head Of The Charles Regatta and the ALCS Game(s) at Fenway Park. It doesn’t get much better than that and the weather will be cooperative for all outside events.
The weekend has been plagued with clouds with only a brief spell of sunshine early Saturday before it became overcast with mist followed by only limited areas of sunshine yesterday. Most areas in southern New England will have the sunniest day of the weekend today. The dense fog in lowland locations especially the river valleys and around bogs, swamps and ponds will burn off by 9am or so.
Following a fabulous Friday bonus with temperatures reaching the lower 70s away from the ocean, we end up with a Saturday setback as stronger high pressure pushes southwestward from eastern Canada and northern ME. It is sending a stream of cooler and more moist air in at lower levels of the atmosphere.