As Gothamites bid adieu to the Monday mayhem of heavy showers, the week ahead is shaping up to be a frosty encore with a silver lining of sun rays piercing through the cloud tapestry. According to NBC Boston, revelers of the mild Monday climes might want to bundle up as temps take a nosedive into the 20s and 30s, gently laying the groundwork for that "chilly" Tuesday vibe with the wind adding its own breezy spin to the mix.
The cold clamps down with highs straggling just north of the freezing mark on Wednesday, though Thursday promises a sliver of relief with sunny climes and a smidge of warmth in the 40s as the cooler air takes a hike, taking with it the shivers for some reprieve.
The Boston Herald chimes in with a forecast hinting at a gradual thaw. A roll call of 40+ temps beckons towards the tail end of the work week. Barring the nightcap of Sunday's stormy tango, the week ahead is "dry and sunny but kind of cold" conditions, quite the standard fare for this juncture of the year's narrative. Even as Friday looks to shake things up with a 50% shot of precipitation, the weekend still courts a mostly sunny mood with just a sprinkle of rain chances hugging 30%.