DENSE FOG ADVISORY for all of Western Mass until at least 7p. Visibilities are under 2 miles in some locations.
Showers and a few downpours will move in tonight along with a gusty, mild breeze. Temperatures will rise overnight, topping off in the mid 60s overnight into early Tuesday morning. We're not expecting a ton of rain but we should manage to pick up about 1/2 an inch.
Clouds may linger tomorrow morning but as this storm moves out it will still be mild. There's not much cool air behind this system. This means we can expect more 50+ degree readings through the middle of the week. It will be windy tomorrow with gusts over 50 mph from time to time. In fact, the National Weather Service has already issued a wind advisory for western Mass going into effect at 11am on Tuesday.
Wednesday features mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the low 50s.
After tonight, our next chance for rain will arrive Thursday night into Friday.
We will finally cool down on Friday and much more seasonable conditions will arrive for next weekend with highs in the 30s.
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