We have settled into a nice, warm, dry stretch of weather, and just in time for the weekend.
Saturday and Sunday will both be great for raking leaves, running errands, outdoor dining or even hanging up some outdoor Christmas decorations early (too soon?).
Boston has hit 70 degrees or higher for two days now so far for this month. The record is six 70-degree days in November, which has happened most recently in 1990.
Saturday could give us another 70-degree day with a westerly breeze. Many spots will be around 70, and some places could hit records (which are in the mid 70s for a lot of southern New England).
Maine will be battling some clouds and areas of drizzle, but everyone else should be sunny.
Sunday and early Monday, there is a frontal boundary that backs in from offshore that will cool off the coast and Maine. Additionally, local seabreezes are possible as the wind relaxes both days. So highs are expected to be in the 40s and 50s in Maine, in the mid 60s in Boston and along the coast, and in the low 70s to 60s inland Sunday.
We stay dry both days this weekend, but each night near the coast, watch for some patchy fog or drizzle.
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A cold front heads our way for midweek as our temperatures reach the low to mid 70s Tuesday and on Veterans Day Wednesday. Scattered showers are possible Wednesday into Thursday, and after this, our highs will cool off to more seasonable numbers in the low 50s.