Boston, Massachusetts 2021-04-30 16:12:15 –
The cyclone areas that affected New England on Thursday are now intensifying near the Gulf of Maine, so tonight’s strong winds are accompanied by gusts of up to 45 mph, especially in southern New England.
There is a small chance of an isolated power outage due to the foliage left on the tree.
This northwesterly wind also brings colder air arriving tonight-it’s cold enough for rain to turn into snow in the mountains of northern Vermont and northern New Hampshire, down to Connecticut and Massachusetts hills. There can be 1-3 inches of snow.
The wind chills in the 20’s and 30’s, but as the days go by, the wind softens, and on Saturday afternoons the temperature is almost in the 50’s, sometimes reaching 60 degrees Celsius, but recovering steadily.
Warm fronts approach the area on Saturday nights, with a slight shower before sunrise on Sunday and possible cloud buildup. For now, Sundays are a mixture of clouds and the sun, with maximum temperatures around the 1960s and 1970s. Overall, it’s a beautiful spring weekend for outdoor enjoyment.
Then it rains more on Monday afternoon, then on Wednesday, and everything goes downhill again. Temperatures are mainly in the 1950s and 1960s.
By next Friday, there could be a coastal storm to the south, rain and wind. Keep an eye on the First Alert 10-day forecast as the weather keeps changing.
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