Average Is Good
Posted by Chris Lambert
Average high this time of year in Boston in 37 degrees, and we'll be very close to that over the next couple of days. Mostly sunny skies prevail today and clear skies continue into the first half of tonight. The second half of tonight features increasing clouds that could produce a flurry or two by daybreak tomorrow.
I don't expect much snow, but flurries and scattered snow showers could dust the ground in some (not all towns) towns tomorrow morning. Whatever light coating is there in the morning, melts in the afternoon with highs running several degrees above freezing. Sunday afternoon is dry, but another round of flurries or snows showers come through late-day or at night, with the next cold front pushing in.
Behind that front, colder air pushes into southern New England, setting up a chilly Monday and cold Monday night. That'll be all for the cold for a while as temps warm starting Tuesday afternoon, and don't look back until the middle part of the month.
Heading to Ski Country? Looks good up north. It's starting off near 30 for many in northern New England this morning, although i expect temps to fall back into the 20s with an increase with this afternoon. It'll be in the single digits and teens tonight, and warm to the upper 20s on Sunday with clouds and scattered snow showers. Have fun!