A milder start to the day today means a milder finish as any early morning sprinkles across Southeast Mass yield to partly sunny skies and temps warming into the 50s for all.  Great day for tailgating and watching football at Gillette!

Clouds thicken tonight as it remains relatively mild, in the 40s, before rain arrives tomorrow, just in time for the morning commute.

Monday’s rain event is mainly for the morning, but the ride to work may be nasty at times with a wind whipped rain. Although a passing shower or two is still possible in the afternoon, dry hours will be found then too, and so will mild times as temps surge into the middle 60s. 

Tuesday is dry with morning to midday temps in the 50s to near 60 before we start to descend down into the 40s late Tuesday afternoon as a cool front pushes offshore. 

The cold front that moves through Tuesday, gets stuck offshore the eastern Seaboard Tuesday night and Wednesday, and that may spell problems for much of the East Coast as a wave of low pressure develops in the eastern Gulf of Mexico, then rides through Florida and up that front that’s draped just offshore. 

While nothing is certain 4 days out in the world of weather, it does look more likely that the storm will be close enough to the coast to throw back rain and snow into New England.  With moisture from the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic, this system will not be lacking in the precipitation department, so yes, significant snow/rain is possible IF the storm tracks close to the coast.  It’s way too early to discuss rain/snow lines and amounts, but if we do see a high impact storm, the likely time frame is Wednesday afternoon, through Wednesday night… leaving Wednesday morning dry.  Wrap up time is early on Turkey day, in fact, other than a leftover snow shower or flurry in the early morning hours, Thanksgiving looks mainly dry with partly sunny skies midday/afternoon and temps in the upper 30s.

Plenty to watch for mid-week, we’ll keep you updated as details become clearer with this storm.

Until then, enjoy the rest of the weekend and go Pats!!!!!!!!

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