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Fall Getting In Shape

Fall Getting In Shape

New England has a few days in the year that we, people from more template climates, can properly call fall. These are those days, and they are the fair warning of the winter that comes ahead. Be quick to see the foliage as it will be a few weeks before snow comes in!

The next few days of weather will be dominated by a high pressure system that will slowly move into our region, producing clear skies, chilly morning, and relatively low temperatures. Monday’s forecast looks specially tricky, with a relatively high chance of rainfall and cloudy skies as the southernmost part of the high weakens leaving open the possibility of some squall lines crossing the region.

Extended Forecast

Tonight: Clear. Low 47°F (8°C).

Saturday: Mostly Clear. High 63°F (17°C).

Sunday: Partly clear. Low 47°F (8°C). High 62°F (17°C).

Monday: Mostly cloudy, chance of rain. Low 49°F (9°C). High 54°F (12°C).