I'll be off Monday, so this forecast will see you through until Tuesday morning. For a full written blog post today, click here. Thanksgiving can sometimes mark the opening of a gate to more wintry weather and this year, at least in the short-term, that would appear to be the case, as our day-after-Thanksgiving rain will flip to snow for many communities in New England, with over half a foot of accumulation for some. Full details in the forecast video and remember, in addition to the NBC10 Boston and NECN station apps, to download my personal Matt Noyes Weather app to communicate directly with me!
Today (Friday): AM showers to rain.to snow/rain bursts by evening. Highs in the 40s. West-southwest wind 5-15 mph, increasing 10-20 mph with evening gusts to 35 mph.
Overnight Friday Night: Mixed showers end as snow showers, snow Northern New England. Lows around 30. West wind 15-30 mph with gusts to 40 mph.
Saturday: Blustery and cold, fair sky, mountain snow showers. Highs near 40, wind chill 20s. West wind 15-30 mph with gusts to 35 mph.
Sunday: Sun to clouds, a chance of snow showers at night. Highs near 40, 30s north. Southwest wind 4-14 mph.
Monday: Clouds and limited sun, chance of a few snow or snow/rain showers. Highs near 40.