Changes Late Sunday, Storm Monday Into Tuesday


From Channel 12 Eyewitness News Pete Mangione here is the latest Detailed 7-Day Futurecast:

TODAY:  Cloudy start giving way to partly sunny skies in the afternoon, dry and very mild…highs in the low 50s.


SUNDAY:  Sun to increasing clouds…highs in the mid 40s. 

The weather for the AFC Championship Game in Foxboro still looks OK.  Skies will be cloudy with a mild temperature of near 40 at kick-off.  Some drizzle and/or a light wintry mix is possible during the game or just after, but at this point, any precipitation looks light.  Breezes (10-20 mph) will be picking up throughout the game, so bring some warm layers underneath your rain jacket.

SUNDAY NIGHT: Sprinkles during the evening..Rain developing late…may start as sleet and wet snow away from the coast. Lows in the 30s

MONDAY: Watching a large and strong coastal storm that will bring heavy rain and strong winds to our area.  Depending on the track of the storm, the rain may mix with wet snow and sleet well inland away from the coast.  Highs in the 40s.  Rainfall amounts of up to 1-3″ possible. Strong easterly wind gusts to 45-60mph  by late Monday and Monday night along the coast. Stay tuned!

TUESDAY:  Lingering rain and drizzle… highs 40s.  Blustery

WEDNESDAY: Partly cloudy, drier. highs in the upper 40s

THURSDAY:  Still mild and dry.. highs in the 40s. Slight chance of shower

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