Clouds moved into the region this afternoon out ahead of a cold front approaching from the west. That cold front could bring some showers to the region tonight and early tomorrow before some slow improvement later this weekend.
Scattered and spotty showers are possible this evening and into tonight. Lows tonight drop back into the upper 40s to around 50 A cold front moves east early Sunday, but there still could be a few early showers around tomorrow morning. The Cape and much of the coast may get some decent rain Sunday from tropical moisture getting pulled into the cold front, but sadly we miss most of that here in western Mass.
High pressure will be building in Sunday, gradually clearing skies and allowing for breezy, cooler conditions. We get cold Sunday night with lows in the 30s, then we are looking at a sunny, cool Columbus Day. Tuesday morning temps may get close to freezing, then temperatures moderate through midweek. A few showers are possible Thursday with our next cold front.
Hurricane Matthew Hurricane Matthew made landfall as a Category 1 hurricane late this morning in South Carolina and will continue to weaken as it begins a slow turn out to sea and then back to the south in the open Atlantic.
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