Fog is likely to develop once again after midnight. Winds of almost 20 miles per hour will make it feel even colder.
We'll have a wind shift to the south, southwest through the day as temperatures go up to the low 60s. Tuesday should have less clouds in the sky.
Winter's grip hasn't fully left us yet, keep in mind, we are still early in the spring season despite how warm we've been. Low near 28. There is a 30 percent chance of rain and snow Tuesday evening. Highs only recover to near 40 after morning lows in the upper 20s.
The National Weather Service said temperatures will reach into the high 40s and low 50s in Greater Boston Monday, the first day of spring.
By Friday, we are expecting some scattered showers and possibly some thunderstorms to come through. Madison's 2017 precipitation total (rain plus snow converted to liquid) stayed at 5.74 inches, 1.87 inches above normal. "Rain totals will be limited with most areas only seeing about 0.1". Notice how far back the snowbanks pull between this morning and the time the sun goes down later today. Sunny skies will continue throughout the day, giving way to highs in the mid-60s. The Weather Company's long-term forecast for the Northeast could be just what you're looking for. The sky will be partly to mostly sunny with highs only in the upper 40s.
Tuesday is the next change for rain, when temperatures spike to the high 70s.