1 Down, More Than A Few To Go
Posted by Chris Lambert
While the Sox have a Game 1 victory under their belt, and 3 more to go, we have 1 cool day under our belt, but many more to go.
The pattern change was certainly apparent yesterday as highs only managed to climb in the lower 50s. Add in the clouds, and even a bit of rain across SE Mass, it was a chilly Fall day for sure.
As a trough of low pressure over the eastern half of the country continues to pump in cool air, our highs will struggle to get out of the 50s over the next 7days. In fact, they'll struggle to get much above 50 Friday and again next Tuesday.
So we've clearly changed the temperature pattern around here, but not the precipitation pattern. That means it's another mainly dry stretch of weather.
Aside from a spotty sprinkle or light shower pre-dawn Sunday, I don't see any rain in the forecast until perhaps some showers next Wednesday.
Heading to the game tonight? Temps at first pitch start in the upper 40s and drop to the lower to middle 40s by the end of the game. Sure, it's dry, but an active wind adds a chill to the late October air as wind chill factors dip into the middle to upper 30s! Stay warm and have fun.