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.
Danielle Niles has been named Weekend Morning Meteorologist for CBS Boston’s WBZ-TV News.
Nothing like a tropical storm to start off your weekend, right? Here’s a timeline for this weekend’s weather forecast.
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Remember those warm, dry and sunny March days we had? And remember wondering if we were going to pay for it at some point? Well, it is payback time.
We have a new a record!
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High pressure has settled in which will provide more sunshine on this Friday. However, an eroding cold front will produce patches of clouds later today as well as a slim chance of a sprinkle/flurry, especially north and west.
The precipitation will become less numerous by midday and come to a complete halt this evening. Highs will be reached around 10-11am this morning with middle 50s near the Cape/Islands to as cool as the lower 40s across the northwestern coverage area (outside of 495). We’ll cool off quickly this evening.
It’s a big travel week across our Nation as the Thanksgiving Holiday nears. The week is going to be rather quiet, except for Wednesday (Thanksgiving Eve).