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For The Rest Of Today: An area of high pressure will control our weather throughout the rest of today. This means that there will be plenty of sunshine around with light winds expected. High temperatures this afternoon will be between 60 and 65 Degrees.

Tonight: That high pressure system will begin to move to the east of New England and a warm front will begin to approach the area from the west. Skies this evening will be clear to partly cloudy with increasing clouds expected after midnight tonight. Low temperatures tonight will be between 35 and 39 Degrees.

Thursday: A warm front is expected to move slowly eastward from western New York and western Pennsylvania on Thursday.

Thursday is expected to be a cloudy day and there may be some widely scattered showers during the afternoon. All-in-all, Thursday is not expected to be a wash-out. High temperatures Thursday will be in the mid 50s.

Rain, Heavy At Times, Expected From Friday To Sunday: The end of this week and much of this weekend looks wet & is likely to be a wash-out as a prolonged rain event is expected. A very slowly moving frontal boundary is expected to impact southern New England. At the same time this is happening, an area of low pressure will slowly move across western Pennsylvania and western New York from Friday into Saturday and then depart into Quebec province on Sunday.

Widespread rain, which will be heavy at times, is expected to overspread Western and Central Mass by Friday afternoon and then continue through Friday night and all day Saturday. A period of very heavy rain is expected from late Friday night through Saturday morning.

On Saturday night, the steady rain will end, however, scattered showers are expected to persist through all of Saturday night and much of Sunday.

Total rainfall amounts of 1 to 2 inches with locally higher amounts are expected. Most of this rain is expected to occur from Friday afternoon to about midday Saturday.

For The Rest Of Today: An area of high pressure will gradually build into the area today. This means that any leftover isolated rain showers will end later this morning with a mixture of sunshine and lots of clouds expected this afternoon. High temperatures this afternoon will be near 50 Degrees.

Tonight Through Thursday: That high pressure system will continue to build into southern New England tonight and Thursday.

Skies tonight will be clear to partly cloudy with low temperatures will be between 24 and 29 Degrees.

Thursday is expected to be a partly sunny day with high temperatures near 55 Degrees.

Thursday Night Through Friday: That high pressure system will continue to control our weather during Thursday night and Friday.

Thursday night is expected to be partly cloudy with low temperatures between 30 and 35 Degrees.

Friday is expected to feature a mixture of some sunshine and lots of clouds with high temperatures near 55 Degrees.

Friday Night: A cold front will cross southern New England Friday night bringing with it a round of showers and possibly an isolated thunderstorm or two. Low temperatures Friday night will be near 45 Degrees.

Saturday: Any leftover showers will end by mid-morning Saturday with perhaps some sunshine, but lots of clouds expected during Saturday afternoon. High temperatures Saturday will be near 65 Degrees.

Sunday: Sunday looks to start out partly sunny, however, clouds will be on the increase by Sunday afternoon with rain moving in by Sunday evening. High temperatures Sunday will be near 65 Degrees.

Sunday Night Through Monday: An area of low pressure is expected to move into the upper Great Lakes and southeastern Canada during Sunday night and Monday. Rain, which may be heavy at times, is expected throughout Sunday night and much of Monday before ending late Monday afternoon or Monday evening. Low temperatures Sunday night will be between 48 and 52 Degrees. High temperatures Monday will be between 55 and 60 Degrees.

A Fire Weather Warning has been issued by the National Weather Service for all of Western and Central Mass for the rest of today into this evening. The combination of gusty west winds of 15 to 25 mph with gusts to 35-40 mph and very low humidity will lead to conditions that are extremely favorable for brush fires, grass fires and woods fires. This means that any fires that start will spread very rapidly and be extremely difficult to extinguish. Bottom line is that if you were planning on burning any brush, dead tree limbs and other materials in your fire pit - DON'T!! More than likely, there are burn bans in effect across the region due to the fire weather warning.

 

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