Boston, Massachusetts 2021-02-23 04:30:44 –
Many roads were covered with icy roads on Tuesday morning as temperatures fluctuated near the melting point after the rain on Monday evening. Smooth spots were found in communities such as Danvers, Reading, Warburn, Andover, Tewkesbury, Carlyle, Weston, Wellesley, Framingham and Shrewsbury.
The rise in temperature on Tuesday melts the ice and reaches the highest temperature of the 1940s. Rain and snow showers are possible late this afternoon, but the day begins sunny. The sky will clear up overnight.
Wednesdays will be even warmer, and some parts of southern New England may be lower in their 50s. Boston was last in the 1950s on January 16th, when the maximum temperature was 52 degrees Celsius. The temperature does not get very warm until the end of the week.
Fridays are seasonally chilly. At this point, the next weekend will be 50/50.
Saturday looks a bit volatile as the winter mix turns into rain as temperatures warm up in the 1940s. Sundays are recommended for weekends, with sunshine and temperatures rising to the low 50s.
Next Monday, it will be unstable again and the rain will come back.
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