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Posted by Jeremy Reiner

Some clouds out there early this morning helping out many of the gardens across southern New England. Those clouds prevented temps from getting even colder than they were. Most towns in metrowest finished in the mid 30s thanks to the clouds (could have been colder with a completely clear sky). Now we need those clouds to peel out of here and let that sunshine do its thing.

That sun will battle the clouds for your attention through the day but despite this battle, the day is going to end up in the "plus" column. Afternoon temps will climb to around 60 with a cool breeze at times. Look for another cold night with mostly clear skies. Once again, away from Boston (as well as the coastline) frost appears likely with many towns finishing the night around 32 (plan on 42 in Boston and immediate shore).

We'll start Wednesday with sunshine but clouds take over--this time winning the battle over the sun--and even a few sprinkles after 3pm. The risk of sprinkles/brief shower will linger into the evening. These clouds & sprinkles are tied to a warm front that will deliver much warmer air into New England on Thursday. temps near 50 will greet you at the front door Thursday morning and by afternoon many cities & towns will soar into the upper 70s.

Have a great Tuesday.


Posted 05/14/13, 6:35am
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