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How To Spin This

Posted by Jeremy Reiner

So....what would you like to hear first? The good news? Bad news? Let's start with the good news....

*It's Friday

*It's the start of a long holiday weekend where most of us will be off from work/school on Monday

*Memorial Day itself looks fantastic with mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the 70s.

*Sunday afternoon will be dry with some clearing skies (bit breezy).

*The Bruins are still up 3-1. onto the bad news...

A cool front is crawling across New England right now and that means clouds, showers, drizzle & mist will be with us for much of the day and evening. At blog time, we are on the warm side of this front so temps for much of the day are in the 60s but after 5pm those temps will crash into the 50s. Plan on drizzle, mist, showers & raw conditions out at Fenway this evening.

Tomorrow gets worse. Periods of rain for the entire day and temperatures will likely stay in the upper 40s. In fact, the northern & western mountains of New England (Berkshires) will see wet snow! Rainfall totals today through tomorrow will total 1"--not enough for flooding. A north wind between 10-15mph will make things worse (wind chill). #Losing

Sunday will start gloomy and then offer some improvement by the afternoon. A healthy northwest wind will still keep it chilly even if we do see some sunshine. Temps will be in the upper 50s. Memorial Day will see plenty of sunshine & milder temps.

Have a great & safe Holiday Weekend!


Posted 05/24/13, 6:37am
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