After a warm start, the rest of this week is going to feel a lot more like sweater and boots weather.
While temperatures have been in the 60s today, a cold front is moving into the northeast and will bring an end to the September warmth.
You can easily make out where the cold front is located… with very mild conditions in the eastern US, and a chilly air mass over the Great Lakes. Once the front moves through southern New England this evening, the cold air will quickly follow.
And unlike past cool snaps that have only last a day or two, temperatures for the rest of the week will be at or below normal.
By the weekend, we may have our 1st hard freeze of the season, with the coldest lows since late March.
Here’s a look at the projected temperatures Saturday morning per the 00z European model. Brrrr!
Right now, it doesn’t look like we have much, if any, shot of seeing the first flakes of snow this week. On average first 1″ snowfall at TF Green doesn’t come till December 12.