Quick-Hitting Storm Monday Brings Rain to Boston, Snow North

Sunday will be filled with sunshine and the winds won’t be as strong as on Saturday

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We’ll trade an active week for a relatively quiet one.

It’s colder today, but the day will be filled with sunshine and the winds won’t be as strong as they were on Saturday. A quick-hitting storm system will arrive on Monday. It’s possible that parts of southern New England could see a burst of snow before a quick change to rain.



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Precipitation amounts look to be under a half inch and any snow accumulations minor, expect more in far northern New England.  

Today (Sunday): Sunny, pleasant wintry day. Highs 30-35. Tonight: Increasing clouds. Lows in the 20s. Monday: Cloudy start. Breezy. Burst of snow, then rain early afternoon. Highs 35-40.

Once that storm system departs, the week looks much quieter. Temperatures will reach the mid-40s most days. The week will end a bit colder, with a seasonable chill returning Friday, but the day looks quiet.

Next weekend looking slightly warmer with some wet weather returning Sunday, which could set the table for another active stretch of weather. Stay tuned!

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