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Dry and mild for Election Day in western Mass, then showers midweek

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Temperatures continue to drop into the 20s under clear skies and with calm winds. Expect a frosty morning! We will warm quickly once the sun comes up and by Noon, many will already be nearing 60 degrees! Our Election Day across New England will be quite and nice with sunny skies, above normal temperatures and a light breeze.

High pressure will be in control of our weather Tuesday and will be heading south and east Tuesday night as a cold front approaches from the west. Clouds will begin to increase Tuesday night, which will keep temperatures above freezing. Showers are possible before sup up, but most will arrive through the morning and early afternoon. Temperatures Wednesday will stay in the lower 50s with cloudy skies. We clear out Wednesday evening and get colder going into Thursday.

We are cool and dry for Thursday, then our next cold front arrives Friday afternoon. This front doesn’t look to have much wet weather with it, but it is a polar front that will bring a shot of frigid air behind it for Saturday. Expect gusty northwest winds Friday night and Saturday along with temps stuck in the 30s and wind chills in the 20s! We are dry for the weekend and we stay sunny Sunday and turn milder with highs back to around 50.

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