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Posted by Jeremy Reiner

We have a bunch of weather fronts lined up to affect us the next few days. The first just moved through a few hours ago. You wouldn't know a cool front is nearby as morning temps are already close to the normal highs for the day---mid 50s!! This fast start to the day means temps will easily reach the 60s yet again this afternoon. A sea breeze may develop for a few hours mid afternoon, if that happens, temps in Boston could go from 65 to 55 for a short time. Bring the jacket or sweater when you come into town. Sunshine has your back for much of the day.

Tomorrow another front will approach southern New England and this front (a warm front) will bring a bag of clouds for much of the day. These clouds don't have any raindrops but they will block out the sun and that will keep temps in check, low to mid 50s for much of the day. Not a very good warm front.

That warm front moves out of here on Friday sending temps on their way up again as most towns will cruise through the 60s and reach the low 70s by afternoon. It will be a day full of clouds, wind and even some humidity! Sprinkles and light showers are likely by Friday evening. Showers are likely very late Friday night & into Saturday morning. That's because of a cool front. More on that tomorrow.

Be safe.


Posted 04/17/13, 6:21am
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