Boston, Massachusetts 2021-03-29 04:17:40 –
It rained 0.5 to an inch and a half yesterday in most of central and southern New England. The wind will be a little stronger than originally expected.
A 60MPH gust can occur from Berkshire to Worcester Hills, and a 40-60MPH gust can occur in the rest of New England.
Thankfully, the trees don’t have a lot of weight because we haven’t seen the green yet. An isolated power outage can occur, especially in the event of a 60MPH gust.
The average temperature during this period is in the late 40s to late 50s, but it gets quite cool when the wind blows.
Tuesdays and Wednesdays are warm and temperatures are in the 1960s and 70s. From Wednesday night to Thursday, there will be another beneficial rain. In western New England, the snow can change a bit on Thursday morning.
Fridays will be cooler, with maximum temperatures of 40 degrees Celsius. The cold remains for only one day. Easter weekends warm up in the 1950s and remain calm the following week.
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