• Few snow showers followed by above average temps on Sunday


    From FOX 25 Meteorologist Sarah Wroblewski

    Temperatures are expected to drop overnight into Sunday as snow showers move in. Temps in the mid-20s are expected for the coast with areas of northern Worcester County and southwestern New Hampshire potentially dropping into the teens.

    A weak disturbance will produce light snow showers across parts of New England early Sunday morning. Little, if any, accumulation is expected. However, a coating is possible in some areas by the time you wake up Sunday morning. That precipitation is expected between 4 and 5 a.m. and will be out of the area between 8 and 9 a.m.

    As Sunday morning progresses, the clouds will break apart some and I am expecting some brightening during the midday hours on Sunday. This should help temperatures climb into the mid to upper 30s to low 40s, which is above average for this time of year.

    Later in the day, more clouds will fill in and a little piece of energy in the atmosphere will move across the region proving yet another chance of a few snow showers or flurries Sunday night into Monday morning. It should move out quickly but expect breezy and colder conditions for Monday morning.

    By mid to late week, temperatures will be climbing well above average with many folks in the mid to upper 40s, if not flirting with 50 in spots! That warmer weather may bring a chance of showers for late in the week.

    Stay tuned to the forecast for any updates in the extended forecast and we'll continue to monitor this quick moving system through weekend and provide updates if needed right here on myfoxboston.com

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