INTO THE NIGHT
Showers are ending, but a steady, light rain all day gave us a needed .20-.40″ across much of the region.
We’ll stick with partly cloudy skies overnight as lows fall back into the upper 30s to mid 40s.
Hurricane Zeta made landfall in Louisiana Wednesday evening. It’ll track through the south toward the mid-Atlantic through Thursday. Moisture from Zeta hit our region Thursday to Friday as the remnants track to our south. Rainfall 1-2″ is expected which is actually beneficial given the drought conditions.
Rain will arrive late Thursday morning from south to north and turn heavy in spots by the evening commute. A change to snow will happen overnight and Friday as cooler air arrives. It doesn’t look cold enough for any sticking at the coast or in Boston itself. Interior towns and cities will be cooler and may see 1-2″ accumulation through Friday morning, higher totals coming from the greatest elevations.
Skies will clear Friday night, and it will turn cold. By Saturday morning, we’ll have teens and 20s on the map! Highs will rise to the mid and upper 40s only. Dress for a chill, especially if trick-or-treating when temperatures drop back into the upper 30s. Expect a clear sky to view the Full ‘Blue’ Hunter’s Moon, the second full moon of the month. We won’t see another full moon on Halloween until 2039!
Sunday looks milder with some scattered showers locally.
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