Daily Forecast Video: Wintry chill one more day, then milder air returns
Daily Forecast Video: Mild start to the weekend, snow to end it for some

Daily Forecast Video: Rain showers and mild air start the weekend, snow ends it for some in New England

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The chill is easing but the air is still dry Thursday, which means the next chance of rain showers for New England won't come until Friday afternoon.  By later this weekend, colder air pressing south will change rain showers to snow for some...though many will see a mostly dry Saturday.  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 (Thursday):  Sun to wispy clouds. Highs in the 40s. Southwest wind 5-15 mph.

Overnight Tonight:  Partly cloudy. Lows in the 30s. Southwest wind 6-16 mph.

Friday:  Sunny start, showers late. Showers continue into the night.  Highs in the 50s south, 40s north. South-southwest wind 5-15 mph.

Saturday:  More clouds than sun with the chance of a shower...scattered afternoon showers Northern New England...periodic snow in Northern Maine accumulates 1"-3". Highs around 50, 40s north, 30s Northern Maine. Variable wind 0-5 mph, northeast in Northern New England.

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