Bright and blustery today with a warming trend starting on President’s Day | Weather
SPRINGFIELD, MA (WGGB/WSHM) — High pressure settles in behind yesterday’s passing cold front which brings the return of blue skies and sunshine for Sunday. Cold arctic air settled to the surface overnight, coupled with clearing late, which prompted for temperatures to start today in the low teens. Although high temps will be between the low to mid 30s, a pesky breeze from the west will also keep wind chills in the low 20s through most of the day. Winds later this afternoon can get a bit gusty to about 20mph.
Monday will feature milder temperatures as wind again shifts out of the south-southwest and highs climb into the 40s to around 50 with continued dry weather. Warming continues into Tuesday with temperatures reaching the low to mid 50s as our next storm system approaches Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday morning with mainly rain, warmer temps and a healthy breeze.
Wednesday may mark our warmest day of the year with temperatures likely reaching the low 60s out in front what would be a second storm that could bring more wintry weather to end the week.
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