By Melissa Mack, WBZ-TV

With average highs in the lower 50s during mid-November, I have been seeing a lot of smiles and hearing a lot of postive comments about the weather lately.

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The weekend was beautiful!

Watch Melissa’s forecast:

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.

The record high today at Logan Airport is 71F set back in 1993.

The same cold front hangs around southern New England tonight and tomorrow, but it pushes toward southeastern Massachusetts later tonight.

This means that the best chance of a shower on Tuesday will be south of the Mass Pike.

Clouds will be thinning north and west of Boston late-day Tuesday.

So, I think there will be some sun, especially north of the city, while I expect more cloud cover south of the city.  Highs will remain mild in the middle 60s.

Another wave of low pressure develops along the front in the midwest.

This will bring us a more widespread and higher chance of rain on Wednesday.

Temperatures will begin a downhill swing as we head back to the 50s.

Thursday and Friday will be filled with dry, sunnier conditions.

Highs will be cooler behind the passage of this cold front as the mercury rises into the upper 40s to near 50F.

Night Sky Observers – the moon is ‘waning’ and will be in the last quarter phase this Friday.

  1. matt souza says:

    an other good looking week with a frontal system going through tuesday night with an area of low pressure for wednesday effecting us. rain amounts greater than 1 inches south of the pike with up to 1 inch else where.
    the second half of the week will be cooler but it will be near normal temps for once this month . before another possible warm up for next week.posssibly. back into the 50s. this is not what ski resorts are hoping for right now.

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