After opening the month of December off with precipitation in 10 out of the first 11 days in the city of Boston, the last couple of days have seen improvements for some, but not all. Despite a good deal of sun inland yesterday, we did track heavier snow showers across Cape Ann and up through the Seacoast of New Hampshire for several hours, allowing for an inch or so of snow in spots.
The spoke of energy that allowed for that band of snow to set up has now moved off to our east, and all of us will see some pleasant weather over the next several days. That includes the Pats game today with kickoff temps in the lower 40s and a mix of sunshine and a few clouds. Breezes run around 10mph with occasional gusts higher than that, but overall, not an overpowering wind.
The pattern is fairly tranquil this week as the best chance for some showers run in here overnight Tuesday and into early Wednesday morning. There may be a passing flurry or snow shower Thursday, especially across northern Mass and southern New Hampshire, but I don’t expect much out of that.
Friday and Saturday look cool, but dry. However, by Saturday, we do have to watch a storm that’ll be developing to our south and whether or not we’ll see effects from it Saturday night and Sunday.
Enjoy the rest of the weekend and Go Pats!!!!