This Week’s Weather Report from Michael Page: “A quieter week of weather”

December 6, 2020 by Meteorologist Michael Page

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After inches of wind swept rain this past weekend, Hingham now looks ahead to a quieter week of weather.

Here are three things to know about this week’s forecast.

1. Week Starts Chilly

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A storm passing offshore will keep our winds coming out of the north, ensuring the cool feed of air from Canada to start the week.

Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday will be seasonably cool days with high temperatures each day in the 30s.

We’ll be in the 20s during the mornings and nighttime hours.

2. A Late Week Warm Up

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A couple sprinkles or flurries will likely come through at some point Wednesday or early Thursday. That shouldn’t be enough to disrupt any plans you have, and perhaps more importantly, it will mark the arrival of a warm front.

Behind that front, high temperatures on Thursday and Friday will pop back into the 40s, and perhaps even closer to 50 degrees.

At this point it looks like that mild air will carry over into at least the start of next weekend, as well.

3. Another Weekend Storm?

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While there will be very few precipitation chances this week, there are signs that another storm will arrive by next weekend.

Early signs are that this storm would take a relatively ‘warm’ track, making it mostly wet, as opposed to white, but it’s something that will be closely monitored in the coming days.

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