Temperatures will soar to near 50 degrees this weekend, but it won't last as multiple threats for snow exist next week.
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Clouds thicken tomorrow, and there can be a late-day shower. Highs will be in the 30s.
Saturday should be dry with a blend of clouds and sunshine. Highs will be near 50, which is 10 degrees above average!
Sunday's also a warm day, but there will be more clouds than sun. Temperatures will be near 50 degrees, and rain and snow are likely at night.
It's a fast-moving clipper system that will bring the snow and rain lasting into Monday morning. The hill towns likely see a slippery layer of snow while the valley and shoreline simply sees rain with a few harmless snow flakes.
Some sunshine is expected later Monday with highs well into the 40s, which will promote melting of any snow that falls.
Tuesday should start dry, but a bigger storm will threaten come the middle part of the week. Click here to read more.