The weather will be getting gradually colder over the next few days in New England. The wind will kick in out of the northwest on Saturday, bringing some chilly weather out of Eastern Canada. It will be partly sunny with highs in the upper 40s, but it will feel cooler because of the 10-20 mph breeze. Saturday night looks mainly clear to partly cloudy and chilly. The low temperature will be in the low to mid 30s early Sunday morning. Don’t forget to set your clocks back before going to bed as Daylight Saving Time comes to an end. Sunday will be mostly sunny, brisk and cool. Highs will be in the mid to upper 40s.
The weather looks fairly quiet early next week. It will be very cool, with the temperature struggling to reach 45 degrees away from the coast both Monday and Tuesday – even with a fair amount of sunshine. The low temperature will be in the 20s Monday and Tuesday morning, and that will put an end to any mosquitos that have managed to hang on after the cold snap we had in mid-October.
Conditions are favorable for a Nor’easter to develop in the middle of next week. This slow-moving storm will likely come too close to bring snow to Southeastern New England, but it will bring a myriad of other problems to the areas of the Northeast that are in the early stages of recovering from Hurricane Sandy. The storm may have an impact Wednesday through Thursday. Right Weather Pro members can get a first look at the storm impact map for the entire Northeast.
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