This afternoon will be breezy and cool under mostly cloudy skies. However, aside from a sprinkle we are not expecting any rain and skies will start to clear later this afternoon as an upper level system spins away from western Mass.
Tomorrow is looking very nice as a weak area of high pressure supplies us with sunshine and more seasonable temperatures. A crisp fall feel will be in the air with temperatures top off near 60.
A cold front will move through on Friday with a few showers or perhaps a downpour, followed by a surge of the coldest air of the season starting Saturday, along with a gusty wind. Readings will struggle to make it into the 50s. As the wind eases Saturday night temperatures will fall below freezing. A killing frost or freeze is likely for Sunday morning! It will likely put an end to the growing season.
Sunday will be sunny, but with a late November-like chill! Temperatures will stay in the 40s despite a fair amount of sunshine. Monday morning will be even colder with a hard freeze. Temperatures will plunge into the 20s. It will still be chilly on Monday however a mid-week warm up is expected with temperatures climbing back to more seasonable levels.
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