Our warm November is coming to an end. We were about five degrees above November's average temperature, with no measurable snow all month.
Today we are starting a bit chilly with temperatures in the mid 20s. There are few clouds up and down the Pioneer Valley, but no fog in place.
We'll see a lot of sunshine this afternoon under some cirrus clouds. Temperatures should rise to the upper 30s to low 40s. Clouds will start to build in the overnight as a low pressure system makes its way through the upper Midwest.
Tuesday will start dry in the morning, but showers and rain will quickly move in by lunch time. If the frontal system moves a bit faster, we could see a few locations in Berkshire County with some freezing rain on Tuesday morning.
By evening, the rain will be heavy with downpours possible. The showers will gradually come to an end on Wednesday morning, but not before a quarter to a half-inch of rain falls.
We begin to clear out into Thursday through the Sunday under mostly sunny skies.