Sunday, November 11, 2007
I don't know if you can call what we will have here in southern New England indian summer, but it will feel very balmy to say the least after the cold we have endured the past few days. Tomorrow will be the last chilly day with highs right on either side of 50, after morning lows in the mid 20's away from the cities. Then we will get into nice warm weather for Tuesday and Wednesday when high temperatures should be getting to around 60 degrees. Then rain moves in for Thursday with a frontal system with a low pressure system getting attached to it and will enhance the rainfall. It will usher in some colder air for next weekend. At the very end of it, the rain may flip to snow in parts of northern New England with an accumulation there possible, especially over the northwestern parts of Maine. We'll see.
Posted by E.H. Boston at 3:46 PM