No weather problems are expected across Western & Central Mass for at least the next several days. It appears that we will remain in a dry weather pattern right through much of, if not all of next week. In addition, each day next week will be a little warmer than the previous and I do think that many areas may crack 70 Degrees on Thursday! The next chance for any precipitation appears to be next Saturday or so when a low pressure system moves through the area bringing us some rain. Until then, all is quiet on the weather front. So, let’s break it down day by day: This Afternoon: Plenty of sunshine with high temperatures between 30 and 35 Degrees. Sunday: Sunny with high temperatures near 35 Degrees. Monday: Sunny with high temperatures near 40 Degrees. Tuesday: Sunny and much warmer. High temperatures will be between 50 and 55 Degrees. Wednesday: Partly sunny and even warmer with high temperatures between 55 and 60 Degrees. Thursday: Partly sunny and yet even warmer with high temperatures between 65 and 70 Degrees. Friday: Partly sunny with high temperatures between 55 and 60 Degrees. Next Saturday: Rain is possible. High temperatures near 45 Degrees. Beyond This – I don’t think that we are done with seeing snow across the area as the weather pattern may turn colder again during the week of March 15 with high temperatures falling back into the 30s and 40s. In addition, there is the possibility that a storm system could bring the entire area accumulating snow around March 17 or March 18.
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