Grab an umbrella instead of a sweater today: today’s temperatures will be among the warmest we’ve experienced in recent days, but we will also see rain for most of the day. The source of the rain is a powerful cold front which has been moving across the Midwest this week, producing strong winds and up to several inches of rain. Here in Boston, we will likely see about a quarter of an inch of rain. Winds may gust as high as 30 miles per hour. The cold front will then move off the coast tonight into tomorrow morning.
There will be chances of clouds and showers throughout the weekend as the temperatures gradually return to average for this time of year. By Monday, a high pressure system will sit over Boston again, bringing sunny days along with the chilly weather that is more typical of November in Boston.