Points north and west of Boston may become slippery with a coating of snow, up to 1″ in the northern Worcester Hills, the Berkshires, and southern New Hampshire. As mild air moves into the region, we’ll see a change to all plain rain by lunchtime - washing away any sticking snow from earlier in the day.
Rain and fog will peak Saturday afternoon. Wet weather will taper off west to east 3-6pm. We will keep an eye on the evening in case fog lingers a bit longer.
It will become blustery over the Cape and Islands Saturday afternoon with gusts to 30 mph.
High pressure will briefly pass through Saturday night to Sunday morning with dry conditions. The next disturbance will approach Sunday afternoon with scattered showers arriving near dinnertime and lasting through early Monday morning. It doesn’t look as heavy as Saturday’s rain, but you’ll still need to plan around a soggy evening. The steadiest will be along the south coast of New England.
UPS AND DOWNS NEXT WEEK
An Arctic cold front will approach Monday. Ahead of it temperatures will near the 50 degree mark! Scattered rain will start the day then we should run generally dry with on and off clouds through the afternoon. Overnight a spot snow shower or flurry may develop on the front.
Tuesday will be cold and windy as temperatures bottom out. The good news is that bitter air will only last one day. Temperatures will be warming again for Wednesday.
Have a great weekend!
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