Temperatures will be falling into the lower to mid teens for many by dawn. We do have a few clouds around plus a light breeze, which should keep temperatures a bit milder compared to last night, but it will still be a frigid start in the morning.
High pressure will be moving offshore Wednesday, allowing for a wind out of the south-southwest. This will help bring temperatures into the mid and upper 30s by the afternoon. Clouds increase ahead of our next weather system-which is fairly weak and won’t bring much wet weather to the area.
Weak low pressure will move along the US/Canadian border Thursday, bringing a few scattered rain and snow showers to western Mass. Little to no accumulation is expected and showers won’t last very long.
Our weather remains quiet over the next several days leading up to Christmas Day. Temperatures look to reach lower 40s Thursday to Saturday with some decent sunshine. Our next cold front comes through Saturday, but this front is looking mainly dry right now. However, there is a chance for a few rain and even snow showers depending on how late in the day it crosses. We have a very small chance for a snow shower or two Christmas Eve… something to watch for! Christmas Day looks dry, then our next front and round of wet weather holds off until Monday-Tuesday.
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