Weekend Forecast: Blustery And Chilly Before Sunny Couple Days

A blustery and cold afternoon is on tap for the Bay State with lots of clouds and just the chance of a light shower or two. Temperatures will be under 50 for most areas. Any showers that do occur will end Friday evening, and then skies will clear. The moon will light up the countryside later Friday night as clouds depart. The air will be chilly and by Saturday morning, another frost or freeze is likely to spread over areas away from the water.

Saturday is the brightest day of the weekend. It's going to be chilly, and if you are headed to an outdoor event or just taking a walk, be sure to dress warmly.

Sunday brings a few more clouds, but it also carries an increase in temperatures. It won't be warm, but it will be slightly less chilly.

A weak system crosses the area Sunday night without any precipitation. Monday and Tuesday are nice days with sunshine and a few clouds with seasonable temperatures.

A change in the pattern will take place the second half of next week. How this change happens is still in question. Regardless, you can expect some of the coldest air this autumn to arrive before next weekend.

Friday: Blustery and chilly. Highs 45-50 with a possible quick shower.

Friday night: Breezy and chilly with clearing skies. Lows 30-36.

Saturday: Sunny, with a highs in the mid 40s.

Sunday: Partly sunny, high around 50.

Monday: Mostly sunny, with a high in the lower 50s.

Tuesday: Mostly sunny, with a high in the lower 50s.

You can follow David’s weather updates on Twitter at @growingwisdom.

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