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Friday will be windy and chilly, and rain is forecast for Saturday.
On this Thursday morning we're watching a cold front approach the area from the west.
Today we find plenty of bright blue sky, and temperatures will reach the mid-40s by the afternoon.
Tuesday starts off wet and chilly but should end dry.
Monday's weather looks to be raw and chilly, with some rain and highs in the low 40s.
It's very cold on Thursday in Boston, and Saturday could see record-breaking lows.
Colder weather for the rest of the week is on its way.
Temperatures are cooling down Tuesday and may be into the 30s by Friday.
Monday's weather will be unseasonably warm, but temperatures later in the week will return to what's normal for November.
Friday will be mild and pleasant, but the weekend turns cooler.
It's a much milder morning across southern New England with temperatures in the 40s and lower 50s -- and certainly no frost.
National Grid said it expects to restore power to most of its customers by the end of Wednesday.
Wednesday morning starts off chilly but will warm up to the mid-50s and be sunny. Thursday looks to be warmer, with highs in the mid-60s.
Power is slowly being returned to tens of thousands of Massachusetts homes and businesses.
The winds have died down and the temperatures on Tuesday will be in the 50s. The weather will be dry and crisp just in time for Halloween night.
A spokesman for MEMA, the state's emergency management agency, gives an update on power outages and street flooding throughout the state.
The bulk of Sunday night's storm is over, but Monday will stay windy and gusty. Temperatures will drop into the 50s as the day goes on.
Thousands of people in the Northeast were without power early Monday as severe weather pounded the region with powerful winds and drenching rains.
The state's emergency management agency says it could be three days before everyone gets their power back.
Our weather today is going to go downhill especially this evening and during the overnight hours. The two big factors from the storm are wind and rain but there's also...