Saturday evening: Warmer night and partly cloudy


Clouds increase late in the day ahead of a weather maker for Saturday. The first in a tandem of low pressure systems will roll in from Chicago, making its way northeastward across the Mitten into Tuesday morning.

Although a few spotty showers are possible, mainly in the morning hours, most of Sunday will be dry.

A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for northern and central New England for forecasted freezing rain and snow. Temperatures Wednesday will warm to near 50°, and to near 60° Thursday. There's potential, he said, for the day's record for high temperature - 55 degrees set in 1999 at Long Island MacArthur Airport - to be broken. Temperatures will warm into the lower 60s under partly cloudy skies. Otherwise, it's a mild start, with temperatures in the middle 30s to lower 40s.

The cold front will move through the Valley this evening but the bulk of the rain will be exiting the Valley by 4 p.m. Saturday high temperatures will be around 54 degrees, with a high of 47 degrees on Sunday.

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By Wednesday clouds will be in the sky, but the skies are expected to be sunny into Friday.

Through the day on Monday, we'll have scattered showers, but nothing too heavy. Temperatures will remain just above average, with highs in the upper 50's and 60's and lows in the 30's. Temperatures will take a bit of a tumble by Sunday with highs dropping into the 40s.

In fact, Tuesday's highs will be the coolest we see for the rest of the week as I still see a slow warming in the days to follow.