An arctic cold front is charging across the Great Lakes and is destined to pass across the Boston area in the early morning hours of tomorrow. This front will be triggering snow showers and snow squalls across portions of northern New England especially in various mountainous locations this evening and there is a risk that a few spotty flurries and perhaps a widely scattered snow squall will stray into MA in the early morning hours.
A significant coastal storm for southern New England is in the forecast next week.
Get ready, we may just be in for our first real taste of winter weather.
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 looks like the weather will cooperate for the Red Sox World Series victory parade Saturday morning.
Monday marks the 22nd anniversary of Hurricane Bob.
Following a super hot July, it has been cooler than average this month but it will be heating up this week. In fact, if the temperature doesn’t quite exceed 85 degrees today, it definitely will tomorrow for the first time in Boston since July 24th!
August 1st means we’ve turned the page now on two of the three months that make up our ‘meteorological summer.
A general 1-3 inches of rainfall is expected, prompting yet another flood watch from the National Weather Service.
Last Wednesday, the region received some showers and boomers as an introduction to a spell of hot and humid weather from last Thursday through yesterday. Today, we’re getting wet as an introduction to a spell of mild and dry weather starting tonight and ending this Thursday afternoon.