We’ve reached a pretty big milestone on this Sunday. It’s the first post-5 p.m. sunset in Boston since Nov. 3. We are adding more and more daylight each day.
Although spring is still 45 days away, we won’t have to drive into work and drive home for work in the dark. And we’re expecting a fairly sizable warm up early this week.
Temperatures Monday will reach 50° in many communities in central and southern New England. We should even warm into the 40s across parts of northern New England.
Tuesday, before the cold front moves through, temperatures will reach the upper 50s and low 60s. As the cold front moves through, a few showers are possible.
That front will try to move back through the region as a warm front late in the week. There is a concern for some freezing rain, especially away from the coast Thursday and Friday. Temperatures will range from 30 to the mid 40s.
At this point, next weekend looks pretty quiet. Skies will feature a mixture of sun and clouds with seasonable temperatures in the mid 30s.
The following week looks to be unsettled. Currently, it looks like precipitation may start as rain and transition over to snow by Wednesday. Even if we see some snow by then, it does NOT appear that we will see any major snow storm over the next 10 days. Stay tuned!