Wednesday Forecast


DAYS 1-5 (NOVEMBER 23-27)
Extended Thanksgiving Weekend has arrived, and after a bright and brisk travel day today we won’t see much of any sun for the remainder. First, a weak low pressure area will move into the region Thursday and be weakening further as it does so, but will bring enough moisture for some patchy light snow/freezing drizzle in the morning and early afternoon and then some rain showers at night. A broad area of low pressure will continue to impact the region through the weekend with periods of wet weather. We’ll have to watch for some patchy icing well northwest of Boston in the early hours of Friday morning, and we’ll also have to see how the end of the unsettled period evolves by Sunday as the air will get cold enough to support some snow for parts of the region if the moisture is still around.
THIS AFTERNOON: Sunshine. Highs 37-44. Wind NW 5-15 MPH, higher gusts.
TONIGHT: Increasing clouds. Lows 22-30. Wind light NW to N.
THURSDAY – THANKSGIVING: Mostly cloudy. Spotty light snow and freezing drizzle mainly north and west of Boston morning through midday. Brief coating of snow possible in a few locations. Isolated to scattered rain showers mainly Boston west and south later in the day. Highs 40-48. Wind light variable.
THURSDAY NIGHT: Cloudy. Periods of rain, may create a little icing on some surfaces far north and west of Boston. Lows 31-40. Wind light E.
FRIDAY: Cloudy. Periods of rain. Highs 40-48. Wind E 5-15 MPH.
SATURDAY: Cloudy. Periods of rain mainly morning. A few rain showers afternoon. Lows 35-42. Highs 42-50.
SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy. Rain to snow showers. Lows 35-42. Highs 38-45.

Low pressure is most likely to impact the region with a threat of most likely rain around November 29-30. Temperatures moderate to near to above normal.

DAYS 11-15 (DECEMBER 3-7)
Another system around the middle of this period will bring the threat of some rain and/or snow. Temperatures near to above normal overall.

17 thoughts on “Wednesday Forecast”

  1. With that stubborn High across the Southeast looks to keep any cold air that does make its way around these parts short lived.

  2. Tk when would be my best window of opportunity to do a fall cleanup blowing leaves say a 3-4 hr job. I’m like sweating it out here as I have 3 jobs that need to be completed. I’m just hearing one forecast after the other and there all different.

    1. I’m not too impressed with the weekend followup system. Yes, there could be some drizzle or light rain, but I think there’ll be some to many dry hours on Saturday too. We’ll know in more detail probably by Friday, but at this point, I dont think there will be much rain Saturday.

      On a side note, it’s a shame the GFS and the NAM can’t get details down until your within 2 days or less of a system. As an example, this weekend system looks less and less impactful on the GFS with each new run. Meanwhile, the EURO has been progressive on it (less impact) for 2 days already.

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