SPRINGFIELD, MA (WGGB/WSHM) - After a warm afternoon the air mass will continue to turn cooler tonight and lasting into the start of the work week. 

As a weak disturbance approaches the region this evening it will bring the chance for light shower, otherwise skies become partly cloudy with lows tonight falling back into the upper 40s to around 50.

Sunday and Monday will feel much more spring-like with very low dew points, mainly clear skies and near to below normal temperatures. Highs Sunday end up near 70 and only in the 60s for Monday! Strong high pressure to our west will keep us breezy both days and mainly dry. However, an upper level trough overhead Monday may allow for an isolated shower or storm to creep in.

Temperatures get back to the low 70s Tuesday and mid 70s Wednesday as high pressure moves off the Carolina coast. A warm front approaches Wednesday morning with some spotty showers, then we turn humid Wednesday afternoon with scattered showers and thunderstorms possible with an approaching cold front. We may see a shower linger into Thursday, but overall the end of the week looks dry and warm.

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Dear Mother Nature,

Can we pleeeeeeeease have some snow?!

Thank you.


Hey Panzer9811, how you been??? I just got on this article and it's posted Updated 19 min ago | Posted on May 8, 2020....how the heck did you post on this story in Feb????

If you read this how's your family doing? we all good down here in New Orleans


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