If you're in the right spots today, you could see two periods of thunderstorms.
Today will be quite mild again with perhaps some rain. Temperatures will then rise into the 60s on Wednesday, and showers are expected throughout the day.
An EF-1 tornado touched down Saturday evening near Conway in Franklin County.
This week will once again feature unusually high temperatures, though a few showers are likely Tuesday into Wednesday.
This weekend, the very warm air for February lasts until Sunday. There may be a few showers on Saturday.
Today, the Boston area will see temperatures climb into at least the lower 60s.
Unseasonably mild air continues to stream north this week with highs reaching the 60s on Thursday.
Temperatures in Boston will be a bit chilly today. But, lows won't be unusual for mid-February. Highs shoot up to the 50s -- maybe 60s -- on Thursday.
In places with temperatures that are just below the freezing mark, roads may be slick this morning.
Another storm brings up to 2 inches of rain and snow to New England today and overnight before dragging in colder and windy conditions for the end of the work week.
Other than some light snow Wednesday, the next week of weather looks quite nice for the second half of February.
Strong winds are the most significant weather issue of the day.
A strong storm that began Sunday continues to move east and will bring gusty winds.
A complex weather system will unfold Sunday into Monday with snow at varying intensities through the start of the work week.
A storm will rapidly intensify as it hits the ocean Sunday into Monday, producing a lot of wind and very sharp gradients of snowfall ranges.
Yesterday's blizzard is now over, and today brings sunshine and cold temperatures. A new storm, however, could bring snow or rain this weekend.
Scenes from the city's first big snowstorm this February.
The governor said workers treating and plowing the roads would be better able to do their jobs during the storm if non-emergency personnel stay home.
Wind-whipped snow lashed eastern Massachusetts Thursday, creating blizzard conditions for much of the region.
"We're preparing for a long, snowy day," Boston Mayor Marty Walsh said. At 10 a.m., a snow emergency will go into effect in Boston.