Boston, Massachusetts 2020-11-26 09:18:05 –
Happy sticky Thanksgiving! With the cold front coming, it will rain more this afternoon.
Thunderstorms are embedded mainly in the south and east, so showers can be heavy and heavy. Therefore, First Alert will continue. Rain stops from west to east between 4 pm and 7 pm throughout New England.
If you are setting up your tent for a socially remote outdoor gathering, make sure your tent is firmly attached to the ground. Winds can gust from 30 mph to 40 mph in southeastern New England between noon and 6 pm.
Cold air continues to dam the northern part of New England, and temperatures are low from the mid-30s, making winter mixing more likely, resulting in higher elevations in central New Hampshire and inland Maine that are smooth all day long. It will be a great place.
Massachusetts Turnpike and south temperatures warmed in the 1950s and 1960s, and cold air gathered in the north in the 40s and 30s (cold air damming).
It will be dry tonight as the cold front passes. The temperature drops in the 1950s to the south and in the 1940s and 1930s to the north, and it becomes fine. Some mottled fog can occur early in southeastern New England.
Dry weather predominates as the highs settle for the rest of the long holiday weekend.
Clouds are increasing on Friday, but highs in southern New England are still near the 1950s and 1960s and can reach north of the 1940s and 1950s.
Cloudy skies are expected on Saturdays, with highs in the early 50s, but there are some showers and snow showers at high altitudes, with showers from evening to night. This cold front cools us in our 40s and early 50s on Sundays in clear skies.
Another first alert is issued on Monday and Tuesday as the powerful low-voltage system moves slowly through the Midwest. The system may stall and heavy rain and strong wind waves may repeat from the southwest. Stay tuned for updates on this storm from the First Alert Meteorological Team.
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