Cool Temps Bring Threat of Wind Chill for Game 2 - NECN

Cool Temps Bring Threat of Wind Chill for Game 2

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    Fairly Quiet Forecast After Active Weather Day

    Today (Wednesday): Clouds and limited sun, brisk breeze, chance shower east, Central/Northern Maine snow. Highs around 50, 40s north. Overnight Wednesday Night: Clearing, cool. 30s. Thursday: Fair and brisk. Highs in the 40s. (Published Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2018)

    It’s a cool start to your Wednesday following an eventful day of weather.

    Tuesday saw a tornado touch down in both Rhode Island and Cape Cod while other areas experienced showers, lightning and thunder. Central Maine even saw a bit of snow during the active day!

    Cool temps will continue Wednesday that could be accompanied by a few showers. Game 2 of the World Series may see some sprinkles around game time, but it’s really the wind chill that should worry players.

    That wind chill will make it feel about 35 degrees by the end of the game! So if you’re planning on supporting the Red Sox at Fenway, you’re going to want to bundle up.

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    Thursday and Friday look relatively quiet, but Saturday looks like an eventful weather day that may bring showers and even the possibility of more snow in the mountains. That possibility may even potentially bring sleet pellets to southern New Hampshire.

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