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Warm end to the week, but more cold is on the way

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SPRINGFIELD, MA (WGGB/WSHM) -

We keep mostly clear skies through the remainder of the night, so expect another round of frost and cold temps. Overnight lows fall back into the 20s to low 30s through Friday morning with light to calm winds. Skies will be sunny as you head out the door in the morning and temps will warm fast! Highs Friday afternoon look to climb into the mid 60s with abundant sunshine and a light breeze.

High pressure will be moving to our north Friday, keeping us mild and dry. With clear skies and light winds, we get back into the 20s again Friday night with more frost for Saturday morning possible. Our ridge of high pressure will give us one more mild day Saturday with temps back into the 60s and our breeze kicks up a bit more from the south ahead of our next storm system.

A strong area of low pressure moves from the Great Lakes to Canada and a second low develops over southern New England Sunday. This system will bring showers starting Saturday night and possibly a few snow showers to the Berkshires. We will all have gusty winds and rain showers to deal with Sunday and our highs stay in the 40s. Much colder air dives in Sunday night and any lingering wet weather will change to snow showers. Right now, there isn’t much expected, but getting into the hills, some minor accumulation looks possible. More details soon.

An upper level low will linger over New England Monday and Tuesday with patchy clouds, but mainly dry weather. It will be colder with highs in the 30s to low 40s and we will still be breezy. High pressure briefly noses in Tuesday and Wednesday, then our next system may bring wet weather by Thanksgiving.

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