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A strong cold front is expected to gradually push its way across the area this afternoon. Showers are already overspreading Western Mass and will move into Central Mass in the next couple of hours or so. The on and off showers are then expected to continue across much of Western and Central Mass through this afternoon and into early this evening before ending. In addition, a couple of thunderstorms are also expected from late this morning into this afternoon. High temperatures this afternoon will be between 70 and 75 Degrees.

Skies are expected to clear out after midnight tonight with low temperatures of 45 to 50 Degrees.

It appears that we will see an extended period of nice weather across Western and Central Mass beginning on Wednesday and continuing right through this weekend.

Lots of sunshine can be expected during the day with clear to partly cloudy skies expected at night from Wednesday through Sunday. High temperatures from Wednesday to Sunday will be around 65 Degrees. Low temperatures from Wednesday night to Sunday night are expected to be near 45 Degrees.

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Tonight: A humid night under generally cloudy skies are expected across Western and Central Mass. In addition, some scattered shower activity can be expected from time to time tonight. Low temperatures tonight will be between 65 and 70 Degrees. Thursday: A warm and humid day where it still feels like summer is expected across the entire area on Thursday. Skies on Thursday will be cloudy and there may be a few showers around from time to time. High temperatures Thursday will be between 75 and 80 Degrees. Heavy Showers & Thunderstorms Expected Late Thursday Night Into Friday Morning:A slow moving frontal boundary will march from west to east across the area late Thursday night and Friday morning. Along and ahead of this front, there will be widespread heavy showers and thunderstorms across the area. It currently appears that an area of heavy showers and thunderstorms will push into Western Mass well after midnight Thursday night and then into Central Mass around or just after sunrise Friday morning. These heavy showers and thunderstorms are then expected to continue throughout Friday morning into early Friday afternoon before ending later in the afternoon on Friday. The severe weather threat with these storms looks low, however, any thunderstorms will still probably produce extremely heavy rainfall, some gusty winds and occasional lightning. With the slow movement of the shower and thunderstorm activity, areas of street and highway flooding and poor drainage flooding looks quite possible. Weather Forecast For This Weekend: The weekend weather forecast looks pretty decent with Saturday likely the nicer day of the two. Lots of sunshine is expected on Saturday and it’ll be much less humid with high temperatures between 70 and 75 Degrees. A partly sunny day is expected on Sunday and there may be a stray isolated shower or two possible during the afternoon. High temperatures Sunday will be between 70 and 75 Degrees.

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Several days of nice weather is expected across Western and Central Mass with the next chance for any rain not expected until about Thursday.

This Afternoon is expected to feature lots of sunshine with high temperatures near 75 Degrees.

Monday will be sunny with high temperatures near 75 Degrees.

Tuesday will also feature lots of sunshine with high temperatures between 70 and 75 Degrees.

Wednesday looks partly sunny with high temperatures near 75 Degrees.

A frontal system is expected to push into the area on Thursday bringing lots of clouds and a few showers. High temperatures Thursday will be near 75 Degrees.

That frontal system looks to be very slow to traverse the area and this means cloudy skies with scattered showers are also expected on Friday. High temperatures Friday will be near 70 Degrees.

Nice weather looks to return for next weekend with at least partial sunshine expected on both Saturday and Sunday. High temperatures on both Saturday and Sunday will be near 70 Degrees.

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