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Quiet Weather With No Weather Issues At All Are Expected Throughout The Rest Of This Week Across Western & Central Mass

For Tonight: Clear to partly cloudy skies are expected throughout tonight with low temperatures between 20 and 25 Degrees. Winds will be North at 10 to 20 mph.

Tuesday: The most amount of sunshine is expected across Western Mass with sunny to partly sunny skies expected all day Tuesday.

Across Central Mass, it appears that skies will start out sunny, but skies look to become cloudy by afternoon as a northeasterly wind flow pulls ocean-effect clouds westward into the area.

High temperatures will be near 35 Degrees. Winds will be North to Northeast at 10 to 20 mph.

Wednesday & Thursday: An area of high pressure will control the weather throughout Wednesday and Thursday. This will lead to more sunshine along with some milder temperatures by Thursday.

Wednesday will be partly sunny with high temperatures between 35 and 40 Degrees.

Partly sunny skies are also expected on Thursday with high temperatures between 40 and 45 Degrees.

Friday Through Sunday: A fairly weak frontal system looks to move across the region during this weekend. The southwesterly wind flow out ahead of this front will lead to some pretty mild temperatures by Saturday.

Friday looks cloudy with high temperatures between 40 and 45 Degrees.

Saturday will also be cloudy, but it will be quite mild. In addition, some very isolated rain showers are possible during the afternoon. High temperatures will be near 50 Degrees.

Sunday is expected to be partly sunny with high temperatures near 45 Degrees.

Next Week’s Weather Outlook: The weather pattern is expected to turn a lot more chaotic next week as the entire North American weather pattern completely reverses into one that eventually becomes much more wintry by the second half of this month. This chaotic weather pattern will bring with it quite a bit of uncertainty in the weather forecast for next week.

At this time, there are some signals for a storm system to move through early next week. Weather forecast guidance is not at all consistent with the details of this storm with some guidance showing a mild storm that brings rain while other guidance shows more of a coastal storm that brings some snow. Also, weather forecast guidance have been wavering from a storm that affects us on Monday to a storm that affects the area around next Wednesday. I told you the weather pattern is chaotic!!

My thinking this far out is that this could be a mixed bag type of storm with precipitation starting out as rain late next Monday afternoon and next Monday evening that changes to some snow late next Monday night and next Tuesday morning. All precipitation then ends by next Tuesday afternoon.

Beyond this, the overall weather pattern looks to reorient itself into one that looks a lot more wintry by late next week right through President’s Day weekend. This will include a big upper level trough of low pressure sinking into the southern and eastern United States.

While this definitely means we’ll go back into temperatures that are below average during the second half of this month, along with a weather pattern that probably will lead to at least one, if not two big winter storms, the exact details still need to be ironed out. Stay tuned, for sure!!!

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