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Refrain from rain’s domain

A powerful cross-country storm is making its way over the eastern U.S. this week, causing storm warnings, flood alerts, powerful gusts, and even tornado warnings to be issued for 28 million people along its path. Boston will brace for the worst of the storm on Friday morning, with powerful gusts expected late Thursday night into Friday. What a whirlwind of events! 

Keep your windows closed and your coats wrapped tightly around you as we navigate one of these last passing winter storms. If you’ve been keeping track of temperatures, you’ll notice that we’ve had a couple of warm days that are foreshadowing the return of spring!

Extended forecast:

Today: Mostly cloudy. High around 56°F (13°C). Southwest winds around 20-30 mph.
Tonight: Rainy. Low around 51°F (11°C), with south winds around 25-30 mph. 
Friday: Heavy rain, then sunny. High around 57°F (14°C) and low around 24°F (-4°C). Winds peaking at around 25 mph. 
Saturday: Chance snow/rain. High around 36°F (2°C) and low around 20°F (-7°C). Northwest winds 12-17 mph.
Sunday: Sunny. High around 36°F (2°C) and low around 30°F (-1°C). West winds 10-15 mph.