Well, that didn’t take long. After a bit of a damp start, the drops ended, the clouds broke, and we had no problem cruising into the upper 50s to 60 degrees this afternoon.  Don’t expect much change to those numbers over the next seven days. 

Sure, New England weather always has a few twists and turns here and there, but the overall pattern is a mild one for the next week.  

So let’s talk about a twist… While I’m confident in hitting the mid 50s to low 60s the next couple of days, the temperature forecast for Sunday is a bit tricky as a cool front from the north/northeast tries to sneak in.  While these "backdoor" cool fronts in the Fall aren’t as dramatic as they are in the Spring, it may be enough to hold temps around and north of Boston in the upper 40s to 50 in the afternoon. We still could be a bit warmer, 55-60 across southern Worcester County and some of Boston’s far southwest suburbs, but the low to mid 60s are likely reserved for towns closer to western CT and NYC.

How about a turn?  A turn to the wetter side that is as an area of low pressure tracks through the Great Lakes Monday sending some showers our way with a batch of steadier/heavier rain possible in the evening.   

No cold Tuesday or Wednesday either…. 50s at least.  Next storm after that looks like rain with temps in the 50s on Thursday.

Not need to dust those shovels off quite yet.  

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