Massachusetts is Heading Into a Warmup – Here’s When
We’re about into December, and that usually means pretty cold temperatures in our parts. I, personally, don’t like the snow and cold at all. I wish we could just have a little bit around the holidays and then fast-forward to spring. But, when you live in our area, you’re going to get some cold temperatures. But, you take the good with the bad, and we do live in a beautiful state, so I’ll handle the cold during these winter months. The good news, for people like me who don’t like the cold, is that a Massachusetts is heading into a warmup.
We’re not going to be out there in bikinis and trunks, soaking up the sun on the beach or anything. But, the forecast calls for higher than normal temperatures soon, and that warmer weather will last. Here’s the scoop on what areas are getting the warmest weather and when.
Massachusetts is Heading Into a Warmup: Here’s When and Where
According to Weather.com, the state’s weather pattern is going to turn warmer than normal starting on Thursday (Nov. 30), and these above normal temperatures are on target to last for a few weeks. While our highs have been only in the 30s this week, on Thursday, Boston will hit the upper-40s. Then, on Friday, Boston will get up to a balmy 50. These warmer than average temperatures last through the weekend, with temperatures in the upper-40s. Rain is also on the way, meaning we dodged the chance of having some snow. Temps dip again next week but are back up to near 50 next Saturday. It’s not bikini and trunks weather, so a “December heat wave” might be a bit of a strong term for this weather. But, it’s certainly going to be warmer than it has been the past few days, and I’ll gladly take the upswing.
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