By Melissa Mack, WBZ-TV

If you are counting, today is the 9th consecutive day of precipitation-free conditions!

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The strong ridge will start to break down Wednesday night.

Watch Melissa’s forecast:

Today is going to be the warmest as some of us make a run for 70F!

The majority of our neighborhoods will peak  in the 65-70F degree range around 2-3pm.

The last dry day will be Wednesday with high temperatures hovering in the middle 60s, cooler for the coast.

Clouds will thicken by Wednesday evening and a few showers will arrive by Thursday morning.

A cold front to our west will carry and pick-up additional moisture from Subtropical Sean, which will lead to heavy periods of rain from late-day Thursday through early Thursday night.

Both the NAM and GFSx are showing potential for 1-2″ of rain for backyards located within the 495 corridor.

Veterans Day:

Lingering early morning showers will make way for increasing sunshine along with gusty winds due to cold air advection/tight pressure gradient.

High temps will be in the lower 50s.

This weekend: 

We will have sunshine on both days.  High temps will be in the lower 50s on Saturday. Sunday will be warmer in the upper 50s.

***Full ‘Frost’ Moon is this Thursday, November 10.

Melissa :)

Comments (4)
  1. Matt Souza says:

    temps will be above normal with sun through wednesday. scattered showers will be possible thursday and thursday night more steady of a rain will happen friday morning as some tropical moisture moves up the coast. we then see the same pattern for next week.

  2. matt souza says:

    a front will come through thursday afternoon and evening. the tropical system will draw the moisture from the front to it and it will only be scattered.showers. we could see partly sunny skies by friday afternoon.
    the weekend loos really good. with sunday being much warmer than saturday but both days will be nice. good for that raking that most of us still have to do.
    temps will be well above normal the first half of the week. then an other front moves through mid week next week. which will be followed by a series of storms that will draw cold air behind them. the storms will probably occure between the 20th and 26 this is long range but for now i think a pattern has been set for the middle of the month

  3. Don says:

    Lets not forget the weather we experienced this summer… Here’s a music video to remind us. Enjoy…

  4. Vanessa says:

    Even though it was an April Fool’s Day joke, I rellay wouldn’t be surprised if the BAA tinkers with its qualifying times given that the race reached capacity in mid-November, months earlier than anticipated. I’m going this year, and for all I know it cold be my first and last Boston because who knows if I’ll ever run fast enough to BQ again.

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