How much snow will we have in Boston on Friday? – NBC Boston
A warming trend will continue on Monday as the inflow from an area of high pressure centered on the east coast ushers in mild temperatures.
We will see a fair amount of sunshine on Monday with a few passing clouds with early gusty southwesterly winds, abating Monday afternoon.
Highs reach the low 50s in the south (mid to upper 40s on the south coast and the cape) and the mid to upper 40s in the north, with cooler temperatures appearing on the higher ground.
On Monday evening, a cold front will fall into southern New England from the north, cooling the region a bit, but will not reach the southern coast of New England, where southerly winds will keep temperatures above from zero.
Lows will range from upper 20s to mid 30s in the south, 20s in the north.
On Tuesday, temperatures will be mild again with increasing clouds. Rain showers will develop from west to east during the day and continue through Tuesday evening as low pressure tracks across northern New England late Tuesday and Tuesday evening.
Parts of northern New Hampshire through central and northern Maine will begin as snow and sleet early Tuesday evening, but are expected to change to regular rain as milder air sets in before ending early Wednesday morning.
Spring fever will be in full force on Wednesday as high temperatures climb well into the 60s in the south (50s in the north), possibly breaking records!
A cold front crossing the region during Wednesday afternoon will replace the unusually mild air mass with seasonal air Wednesday night and Thursday.
More precipitation arrives late Thursday evening and Friday as low pressure ejects from the Ohio River Valley and heads just south of New England.
The latest forecast models indicate that this system tends to be colder than previous solutions, which means that much of the region could see snow, possibly changing to sleet and rain in the extreme southern New England during the day.
There is still a fair amount of uncertainty with this 3-4 day system. Your First Alert Team will iron out the forecasts in the coming days!
In the meantime, enjoy the mild temperatures while they last!
Have a great President’s Day!