BOSTON (CBS) – After a dry end of the weekend, a strong cold front passed through Massachusetts on Sunday, triggering showers and embedded thunderstorms as well as strong to harmful gusts of wind.
ONE SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH was put into effect for the area (until 2 a.m. on Monday).
ONE WIND CONSULTING was also issued on the Sunday before the Cold Front Passage. It was in effect until 1 a.m. on Monday. South winds in front of the front were in some areas over 80 km / h. The strongest winds coincided with the passage of the front between 9 p.m. by 1 a.m. from west to east.
Heavy downpours affected the Patriots game in Gillette on Sunday evening.
If the front deviates from the coast early Monday, winds turn from the west and remain stormy throughout the day. Despite the highs in the upper 40s to low 50s, the wind makes the wind feel 10 degrees cooler.
A second, less strong front will slide through the area on Tuesday. This front can stir up the clouds and allow short-lived scattering or swirling. Each activity gets isolated to dispersed and shouldn’t matter much. However, this front will bring a blast of cold air into the area during the week.
Those 70s that we enjoyed last week will be way in the past when we get into Wednesday. Hochs will have a hard time getting out of the mid-30s. BRRRR….