Boston, Massachusetts 2021-04-09 04:34:34 –
New England remains in an advantageous position between two major stagnant storm systems. One way to our east, it’s been there for a whole week. And now it’s one of the Great Lakes states. We are in a zone under high pressure. In other words, it’s an almost sunny day with temperatures over 70 degrees Celsius above the sea. When the pressure gradient is light, the breeze on land blows, so it cools down by the sea until the early 50s.
Some of the warmest weather is actually found in the Champlain Valley, Vermont. Here, today’s high temperatures can approach 80 degrees Celsius, setting a record for April 9.
Eventually, the storm system heading west of us will begin to move in our direction, but it will weaken as it happens. Clouds will increase late tonight and tomorrow, with several possible watering in western New England. Temperatures are low in the 1940s and 1950s.
Tomorrow the winds from the southwest will be stronger and temperatures can jump in the 70s in much of New England.
The clouds get thicker as the days go by, but it looks really nice. Rain showers in western and southern New England, with possible fog and fog tomorrow night. In the 1950s, the temperature is low and mild.
Some of New England may be OK on Sundays.
Several fronts were being tracked. Warm fronts come from the south, and there are also backdoor cold fronts that descend toward eastern Maine. As a result, parts of New England get wet in the afternoon, and when it rains, temperatures can drop in the 1950s and 1940s. Wherever we have to stay partially sunny, we could still be in the 1960s.
Then next week there will be off and April showers, probably with considerable fog and drizzle, and it will look unstable. And that’s not out of the question, and the mountains may be cold enough due to some snow later in the week. You won’t get bored. Stay tuned for the latest First Alert 10-day forecast.
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