Thursday Forecast


Happy Thanksgiving to all of you!

DAYS 1-5 (NOVEMBER 24-28)
A series of fairly weak low pressure areas will keep the weather unsettled for the next few days. There will not be any widespread major impact from these systems. There is just a slight risk that a brief coating of snow may occur in some areas far west and north of Boston today and a little patchy freezing drizzle may occur in the early hours of Friday in similar areas. The last of the lows will intensify a little more quickly offshore Saturday night and Sunday but will be too far offshore to throw any meaningful precipitation back into the region, which may very well have been snow if it occurred. High pressure builds in with fair weather by Monday.
TODAY: Mainly cloudy. Spotty light snow mainly west and north of Boston for brief periods of time through midday. Scattered rain showers possible mainly south and west of Boston late. Highs 38-45. Wind light variable.
TONIGHT: Cloudy. Patchy drizzle, which may freeze on a few surfaces far north and west of Boston. Lows 31-38. Wind light E.
FRIDAY: Cloudy. Areas of drizzle. Highs 39-46. Wind light E.
FRIDAY NIGHT: Cloudy. Areas of drizzle. Chance of rain. Lows 34-40. Wind light SE.
SATURDAY: Cloudy. Areas of drizzle and a chance of rain mainly in the morning. Highs 40-48. Wind light E shifting to N and increasing to 10-20 MPH by late day.
SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy. Risk of a rain or snow shower. Lows 28-35. Highs 38-45.
MONDAY: Mostly sunny. Lows 23-32. Highs 40-48.

Low pressure system may bring a precipitation threat, likely rain, about the middle of the period. Temperatures near to above normal.

DAYS 11-15 (DECEMBER 4-8)
Next low pressure area brings a threat of of rain/mix to the region early to mid period. Temperatures near to above normal.

30 thoughts on “Thursday Forecast”

  1. Thanks, TK. Hope you are feeling better.

    And for you and everyone else may you all have a Happy Thanksgiving!

  2. Thank you, TK.

    Happy Thanksgiving to all! Good luck to all of the high school teams this morning!
    Off to Carver High School in a minute. Middleborough High at Carver. Go Sachems!

    Great line from that WKRP episode: “As God as my witness, I thought turkeys could fly.”
    The Bob Newhart Thanksgiving episode when the boys get drunk after the worst loss in William and Mary’s history and try to order Chinese food is another classic.

    Feel better soon, TK.
    Enjoy a nice day with family and friends, everyone!

    1. Only watched that show a few times, so I didn’t catch that line nor
      the significance of it.

      Turkey’s certainly can fly, so I’d be curious to know the context of it. 😀

      1. Domestic turkeys raised for food can’t really fly. The radio station did a promo where they threw turkies out of the back of a helicopter and they hit the pavement like wet cement.

        1. Ah, that explains it. I agree that that farm turkeys don’t fly, but damn those wild ones surely do. Pretty dramatic
          seeing one of those in flight.

  3. Thanks TK
    Happy Thanksgiving everyone. I hope everyone has a wonderful holiday. I know I am looking forward to having a nice Thanksgiving day dinner with my mom and step dad.
    Then after dinner going to be rooting my Cowboys against the Redskins as the Cowboys go for ten wins in a row.

  4. Good morning and Happy Thanksgiving to all.

    In light of all that is going on, even though we have much for which we are
    thankful, It’s kind of weird celebrating this day when we (many of our ancestors)
    took this land away from the native Americans. I am happy that we are here, but
    it just doesn’t seem right. Sorry for being Debbie Downer on this day.

    1. I agree. I was thinking the very same as I read some of the news today and from this past week. I don’t know how we keep repeating atrocities. So no, it is not right.

    2. I agree with you, too. Sometimes when I was younger and watched a few cowboy and Indian movies, I would root for the Indians. I was young and I couldn’t quite understand what was so wonderful about what we did. I, too am grateful for what we have – but I still feel bad for the Indians as we just came in and took their land.

  5. Happy thanksgiving guys . Tom I loved your post last night about thinking mostly dry for saturday. I have 3 jobs that need to get done ( I’m behind on them ) this weekend is is really good money I can’t loose . I’m sweating bullets more nervous than a holiday call in lol .

  6. Happy Thanksgiving to all. Having a fire outside in our fire pit and it is sprinkling and also ice pellets are mixing in too !

  7. Happy thanksgiving to everyone from upstate NY! Snowing at a decent clip here in Amsterdam and roads are wet. About 2″ on the ground, mostly from earlier in the week.

    There was a healthy snow cover and some decent sized snowbanks on the pike driving up here through the berkshires. Pretty continuous snow cover from a few miles west of Westfield to out here, except in the Hudson River valley near Albany where ground was bare.

  8. 45 here. It spit for a couple of minutes much earlier, but I was working
    on the computer and missed whatever it was. It was 39 at the time with dp about 32,
    so It “could” have been snow. ???? 😀

  9. I have put up 2 new posts…
    1) A forecast update.
    2) Another snowfall contest page since comments close automatically and you cannot post on the other one.

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