Who’s ready for some warmer weather? Well, you’d better head to Florida then, because it’s going to remain fairly chilly around here for a while.
High pressure builds in tonight with some clearing and a chilly night expected. Temperatures will drop into the single numbers in many areas, with some subzero readings possible. Friday will remain chilly with high pressure in control, but we’ll see more clouds as an upper-level disturbance crosses the region. Clouds will become more prevalent on Saturday as a storm system starts to approach from the southwest. This will bring in some light snow for Saturday night into early Sunday. Temperatures won’t be as cold as tonight and Friday, so we’ll probably see some sleet and/or rain mixing in, mainly south of Boston. This will not be a blockbuster storm, with most places likely seeing just 1-2 inches of snow, possibly a little more in a few spots. High pressure returns on Monday with dry and cold conditions.
Thursday night: Clear to partly cloudy. Low 2-9, a little warmer along the coast.
Friday: A mix of sun and clouds. High 21-28.
Friday night: Mostly cloudy. Low 5-12.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy. High 23-30.
Saturday night: Cloudy with some light snow developing. Low 13-20.
Sunday: Plenty of clouds with some light snow, possibly mixed with sleet or rain south of Boston, ending by early afternoon. High 28-35.
Sunday night: Mostly cloudy. Low 16-23.
Monday: Clouds and a few sunny breaks. High 27-34.