Hopefully you got to catch a glimpse of the “Cold Moon” this morning. Viewing of this supermoon wasn’t too great with last night’s cloud cover, but we’re mostly clear and quiet this morning.
Today features plenty of sunshine with pretty mild winds as high pressure is camped over the region. Temperatures are seasonable today, topping off in the mid-40s. Soak up some rays today, because we’ve got some messy weather returning for the middle of your workweek.
Our next storm system approaches from the Midwest, bringing back cloud cover tonight, keeping temps mostly in the mid to upper-30s.
Rain moves in from western to eastern Mass. tomorrow, with more widespread rain by the afternoon. It’ll be very blustery with soaking rain at times as we head into Tuesday night, with southerly winds up to 35 mph, and gusts up to 45 mph possible. Isolated power outages and down tree limbs are possible Tuesday night into early Wednesday morning.
We dry out west to east doing the Wednesday morning, with rainfall totals by the lunch hour Wednesday between 0.50-1.50″ for many locations (isolated 2″ possible).
Wednesday afternoon looks dry, and we peel back cloud cover rather quickly as this cold front tracks offshore.
MUCH cooler air works in behind this Midweek cold front, and temperatures start to fall into Wednesday afternoon.
Cooler air moves in and looks to stay as we have a blocked pattern. We bring back the chance for snow showers as we head into this weekend.