COLD START TO THE HOLIDAY
Morning temperatures will be in the teens and 20s Thursday. Sunshine will help during the day to get it back to the 30s. That’s still below average. Temperatures will be cold for the lighting of the Menorah in Boston in the evening, commemorating the start of Hanukkah.
After another frigid start Friday, temperatures will start to rebound with highs in the near-normal 40s.
WARM AND STORMY
A strong southerly flow will push highs to 50 on Saturday with dry conditions. That still isn’t the warmest we will see. Highs Sunday will be around 60 with increasing winds. Showers are possible in the afternoon, but the bulk of the rain will come overnight into Monday morning. The strongest, potentially damaging, winds will be Monday morning as well. We will get colder again behind the front early next week.
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