Good Friday Morning

After reaching the mid-50s yesterday, our weather will trend “cooler to colder” next several days. Clear skies, dry through the pre-dawn hours, followed by more sunshine Friday but seasonably cooler.

The weekend will feature extra clouds as a persistent northeast-to-east wind will bring Atlantic moisture into our area in the form of occasional sprinkles and flurries. Overall no major issues are expected through Sunday afternoon. However by later Sunday night into early Monday morning the potential for some light snow and rain…at this point it looks minor, but something that will need to be watched, mainly for the “late night” hours of Sunday through dawn Monday.

Hour by Hour // A look at the upcoming conditions »




THIS WEEKEND: Blustery, M.Cloudy, And Cold; Light Wintry Mix Possible Sunday Night

Any partial sun early Saturday morning will give way to cloudy skies in the afternoon. A brisk and cold day with a few spotty sprinkles and flurries possible, especially in eastern Massachusetts. Scattered flurries and sprinkles will continue Saturday night into Sunday afternoon.

Cloudy skies continue on Sunday. We are still watching Sunday evening and night, as a weak weather system may come close enough to giving us a few hours of a light wintry mix of rain and wet snow. While it looks minor, we’ll continue to keep an eye on the early Monday morning commute. Skies will clear by Noon Monday

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