SPRINGFIELD, MA (WGGB/WSHM) --It will remain mild tonight into tomorrow morning as we remain out ahead of an approaching cold front. It will be another day with highs nearing 70 in the valley, however the higher terrain is looking cooler with lower to middle 60s more likely. The front comes through around midday with a low risk for a spot shower. Once we get behind the front, tomorrow afternoon, the wind shifts northwest, skies go mostly sunny and cool air will begin to drain in. By tomorrow evening temperatures will be down into the 50's.
Sunday will feel more like late October as morning temperatures dip into the 30s-possibly near freezing in spots, with some scattered frost. High pressure will give us a mainly sunny sky with a light northerly breeze; a nice day, but you will certainly need the sweatshirt or jacket.
Clouds increase heading into Monday as a warm front comes into New England. This will bring temperatures back to near 60 and keep skies mostly cloudy. Shower chances increase in the afternoon. As a cold front comes through Tuesday a wave of low pressure may bring a round of rain, especially in the morning. Wednesday and Thursday now look dry and cool with seasonable temperatures.