Forecast: Chilly Morning Before Another Sunny And Pleasant Day

There are a few things to chat about this morning as high pressure sits over New England this week, keeping us dry most of the time.

This morning the frost advisory will expire with some areas seeing their first frost of the season. However, this morning we won't see a widespread freeze that kills all the plants. We will have to wait at least a week or two before that occurs, and in Boston, most of the time the first frost won't occur until November.

Sunshine abounds this afternoon as temperatures reach the upper 50s along the water, but mid 60s inland. This will be a very pleasant day for sure.

Tonight isn't as cold as this morning, and I don't see any frost issues. Tomorrow is a bit warmer with mid-60s more common. The next weather system moves through on Thursday afternoon with just the chance of a shower or two. This day might be dry the the entire time, but I am leaving in the chance for that shower.

Temperatures will be seasonable on Wednesday. (Courtesy NOAA)
Temperatures will be seasonable on Wednesday. (Courtesy NOAA)

The end of the week and the weekend appear to be very dry with more sunshine. Temperatures won't be very warm over the weekend, but there are signs that next week it will warm up a bit, and we could see another 70 degree day or two.

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Tuesday: Chilly this morning. More sunshine and seasonable this afternoon. Highs 60-65.

Tuesday night: Clear and cool. Lows 38-45, coolest in the lower valleys. Frost possible.

Wednesday: Lots of sunshine and pleasant. Highs in the mid 60s.

Thursday: Partly sunny and mild. May shower. Highs in the mid 60s.

Friday: Sunshine and pleasantly cool. Highs near 60.

Saturday: Mostly Sunny, highs in the upper 50s.

Sunday: More sunshine, comfortable. Highs near 60.

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