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).
It’s been quite a ride this week! We started the week with some cities and towns breaking records with high temperatures in the 60s and even 70s. Now, we are talking about morning lows in the 20 and 30s and high temperatures that won’t even make it out of the 40s!
Say ‘bye-bye’ to the 60s and 70s. Winds have shifted, and we will ‘feel’ the change as the day progresses.
Say ‘bye-bye’ to the 60s and 70s! Today will be the transition day as showers hang around and high temperatures begin to drop.
Today, the beat goes on! Besides more clouds and slight chance of a brief shower northwest due to an approaching cold front, we will have hint of sun here and a hint of sun there. It will be breezy with highs will be in the middle 60s.
It’s Veterans Day! Thank you to our men and women who have served our country, are serving our country, and will serve our country.
A few leftover showers will give way to brighter skies this Veterans Day afternoon.
If you are counting, today is the 9th consecutive day of precipitation-free conditions! The strong ridge will start to break down Wednesday night.
Today will be our 8th consecutive day of dry weather. We’ve had tranquil weather since the wintry mess on October 29-30.