It's looking like a dry but cool end to the weekend is on the way tomorrow with temperatures running about ten degrees below normal for this time of year. There is the chance for showers as we kick off the new work week but temperatures will make their way back toward the 50s.
A clipper system is sliding to our south and offshore. This is bringing the clouds through the first part of the evening, but we'll clear as it moves away late tonight. Cape Cod once again will see some snow falling with little to no accumulation this time. They'll also get a lot of wind as this storm intensifies and pulls away. The breeze will pick up tonight into tomorrow as our storm system moves away. Lows tonight fall into the lower 20s.
High pressure builds in Sunday. This will return the sunshine but will also deliver another March-like chill with a brisk northerly wind. Highs tomorrow once again top out in the low to middle 40s.
A warm front will bring the chance for showers to the region on Monday. The precipitation could start off briefly as a wintry mix in the higher elevations of Berkshire & Franklin county before changing over to rain. The best chance for rain comes on Tuesday before we dry out by the middle of the week.
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