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Mostly Sunny, Breezy and Colder for your Sunday

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WGGB) — After a beautiful Saturday which saw temperatures making it into the upper 40s we are looking at a bit of a cool down today. We are waking up to temperatures in the 20s to around 30 and they are not going to rise all that much today. We can expect mostly sunny skies today with temperatures toping out in the lower 30s. We will also be dealing with a breeze out of the northwest so it will feel like it is in the 20s this afternoon.

The new week begins with a weak clipper low tracking to our north and dragging a front over us before it stalls and weakens. The front will have a very limited supply of moisture with it but may have just enough lift to generate some occasional wet flurries or light snow at times during the morning hours. There could be a coating in the higher elevations to the west but that is really about it. Temperatures on Monday will top out in the upper 30s to around 40s with mostly cloudy skies in the afternoon.

Our next chance at a significant storm system will come later Wednesday into Thursday. This is still 4-5 days out, but there is a potential for a mixture of wintry precipitation on Wednesday with a transition to snow early Thursday. We’ll keep you posted!

Have a great day!

Don Maher

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