Posted by Jeremy Reiner
I'm convinced we'll have more mild days before we sing Auld Lang Syne but I doubt they will come in long stretches. The meteorological furniture in the atmospheric living room is being rearranged as I blog. A colder pattern will take hold and likely stick for several days perhaps even a week or three.
In order for this new pattern to become a reality we will go through some weather the next couple of days. Today that "weather" is mainly in the form of clouds--especially late morning and the afternoon. There could be a few sprinkles in the Worcester Hills mid-late afternoon but otherwise it's dry. Despite all the clouds it's warm with many cities & towns in the upper 60s.
Tomorrow will be much colder. Simple as that. We will also have a mainly cloudy day and I do think there is going to be some rain from 10am until 4pm. As of now, the highest chance of the chilly rain will be south of the MA Pike (perhaps even south of highway 44 in Plymouth/Bristol counties). Dry weather expected north of the MA Pike. The temps will spend the entire day between 47-53. We get back to the sunshine by Thursday but that sun is now compromised here in late October. Most towns high afternoon highs only near 55.
As for the World Series, if the Sox hitters can continue to work pitch counts...oh wait....sorry, that's my inside voice......weather for both games will be chilly. Game temps will be in the lower 40s and a westerly breeze will make it feel like the upper 30s. Dry weather expected for both games. Go Sox!