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Boston Weather: 39.0°F | Fair

Weather: Nothing But the Best!

By VÉronique Bugnion
STAFF METEOROLOGIST --

The high pressure center which has brought us blue skies in the past days is slowly moving East of New England. This exposes us to a weak southerly warm wind. Saturday may be a few degrees colder than today if the the winds take the 180 degree turn which the models are predicting. The extended forecast promises more of this beautiful fall weather, the next chance for any precipiation is not expected before Tuesday. Sunday and Monday’s temperatures will be particularly nice, probably 10 degrees warmer than the average for the season.

The National Weather Service’s extended forecast for November has much of the interior Southwestern part of the Nation warmer than average. The upper Midwest is forecasted cold because of a strong buildup of cold air in Canada, air which is expected to make frequent excursions along the border. As far as the East is concerned, the forecast gives “weak or conflicting signals,” with the caution that the forecast skill is “quite low for this time of the year.” Wait and see!

Today: Sunny. High of 63°F (17°C).

Tonight: Clear, low 41°F (5°C).

Tomorrow: Sunny. High 57°F (14°C).

Sunday: High around 65°F (18°C)

Monday: Partly cloudy. High 65°F to 70°F (18-21°C)