The Cold Is Bold
Posted by Jeremy Reiner
Cold yet again. That's our theme for the month with 18 of the 28 days being colder than normal and the monthly temp is running about 2.5 degrees below normal. A far cry from last November when Boston saw the 2nd warmest November on record. That was so last year.
Plan on another chilly day with a mix of sun & clouds for the day. Temperatures will crawl into the low 40s by afternoon but a feisty wind (10-20mph) will add even more chill into the air for much of the day & evening. Dry & chilly weather continues this evening (read Boston Common Tree Lighting).
Even colder weather on tap for tomorrow as a blast of arctic air arrives. This arctic air will keep temps pinned down in the low to mid 30s for much of the day--way below our normal high of 47. Then things get ironic...
..as a warm front begins its push into New England on the first day of meteorological winter--December 1st. This front won't be able to warm the air on Saturday but it will create clouds & patches of light snow/flurries through the day. A coating is likely in many towns during the day on Saturday. This warm front does deliver the goods by Sunday though with temps soaring into the upper 40s by afternoon.
Enjoy your Thursday!