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Cold Front Passes Through, Drags Some Sprinkles

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Frosty, Rainy Weather

    Today (Monday): A few light morning showers to slowly increasing sun. Temperatures falling through the 60s, 50s north. Overnight Monday Night: Clearing, cool. Lows around 40, 30s central and north. Tuesday: Bright and cool. Highs in the 50s. (Published Monday, Oct. 16, 2017)

    A cold front finishes its pass through New England today, dragging the last of sprinkles and light showers offshore with it and delivering cool fall air that will make the evening noticeably cooler than the morning was!

    This fall air leads to pockets of interior frost in Southern New England tonight and a few patches of freeze for deeper northern valleys, where frost will be widespread.

    Meanwhile, across the pond, former Hurricane Ophelia technically isn’t tropical anymore, but is packing a wallop as she races across Ireland and the United Kingdom.

    Through our exclusive Weather Underground partnership at NBC Boston and necn, we were able to follow the storm — along with live cameras and weather data — as Ophelia has been moving into Europe today with wind gusts of 119 miles per hour at Fastnet Lighthouse off the southwest coast of Cork, causing lots of wind damage in Ireland.

    Meanwhile, here in America, the jet stream is shifting to carry warm and dry weather out of wildfire ravaged California and bring an extended stretch of fair weather to the east.

    A cool day of sunshine is expected tomorrow in New England before warmer temperatures — and an incredible stretch of sun — settle in through the upcoming weekend until the start of next week!


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