Wednesday brings plentiful sunshine with highs near 30 south, upper 20s north.
Clouds return Thursday ahead of our next system that will bring some mixed showers by Thursday afternoon for the midsection of New England, but the bulk of the showers slide in late Thursday into early Friday. At least with Thursday, we do see a slight warm-up with highs into the 40s, which is why we will see some rain/snow showers.
Friday brings a mixed bag of precipitation that will likely start as rain and change over quickly to a wintry mix as a cold front traverses the region, turning to snow by midday Friday. So it looks like the wintry precipitation will likely impact the morning commute again Friday.
After this system clears the region, it is another burst of cold air that slides in for Saturday with high temperatures only topping out into the low to mid-20s for most locations.
Super Bowl Sunday here in New England will be mostly cloudy with highs into the mid to upper 30s, with a chance for snow showers that could linger into early Monday. We’re going to keep an eye on that as we get closer to this upcoming weekend.
However, if you’re heading out to Minneapolis for the Super Bowl, make sure to pack those extra layers since highs this weekend are expected into the lower teens.Thankfully, the game is being played indoors.
Through the next work week, besides snow chances for Monday, the rest of the week looks relatively dry and seasonable for this time of the year with highs into the low to mid-30s.