Nice, But No Records
Posted by Chris Lambert
A sluggish Monday morning... seems like the stress levels that the Pats give me in the 4th quarter take a lot of energy out of me the next day. Anyone else think that? Hey, most importantly they won, I'll take it!
Anyway, what a great day at Gillette yesterday with sunshine, mild temps and a chance to honor our Vets. Again, a big THANK YOU to all that serve this country.
It is mid November but it won't feel anything like that today. Average high this time of year is 53, and we'll be pushing a good 12-15 degrees above that, yielding middle to upper 60s across the board as early fog lifts for hazy sun as temps warm up. The breeze picks up out of the south, at times, gusting past 20mph. Despite being warm, we're nowhere close to the records as Boston's record was set in 1909 at 76 and Worcester's, that same year at 73.
Enjoy the mild weather while it lasts.
Showers move in after midnight tonight, although most of them wait until tomorrow with a cool front working in. That front will drop temps back into the upper 40s by late afternoon, after starting the day near 60 first thing in the morning.
Upper 40s to near 50 is where we stay the rest of the week, into the weekend. But at least it's dry!