We are in for yet another mild day tomorrow before we slide to much more seasonable temperatures by Sunday.
Temperature records are falling in the Northeast as spring-like warmth has descended on the region.
Records are in jeopardy tomorrow and Saturday as the spring fling continues. Wet weather is on the way too as a couple of weather systems move through New England.
A few spotty showers this morning have since moved off the coast.
Temperatures are starting their climb tomorrow, and it's just the start. Highs could reach record territory by Thursday and again on Saturday.
A high pressure system crests over the region today, resulting in light and variable winds with sunny skies
After a freezing start we have sunshine this morning, clouds return during the afternoon, high temperature in the low 40s.
Kids won't be missing any winter weather this week. Highs soar to the 50s and 60s later as mild air melts New England.
Although temperatures have taken a 15 degree tumble from Sunday to Monday, most of New England still remains warmer-than-normal.
A backdoor cold front moved through early this morning and that will keep us cool for today and tomorrow. High temperatures will be close to average in the low 40s.
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