Fog continues to develop across the Pioneer Valley and may be very dense in spots with visibility to a quarter mile or less at times. Travel with caution.
Tuesday will be a muggy, foggy start with temperatures in the lower 60s for most. High pressure will help to dry us out through the day, bringing lower dew points and clearing skies. It will still be unseasonably warm though with the jet stream to our north and highs will get into the mid 80s.
A dry cold front will move through Tuesday night, bringing a more refreshing air mass mid week, however our temperatures won’t change much. Highs should get into the 80s through Friday and lows will fall back into the 50s at night.
Another cold front will move in Friday night with scattered showers into Saturday morning, then skies will gradually clear out in the afternoon. Some bigger air mass changes for the weekend as we get hit with much drier and cooler air. Daytime highs look to stay in the 60s to near 70s and 30s are looking possible overnight!
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