Wednesday high temperature could be record


"We're going to be seeing this kind of weather for at least the next 10 days".

According to the National Weather Service, today's high will reach 77 degree and remain above freezing with a low of 59 degrees.

New York City will feel the warmth as well, possibly breaking the previous record, though it could be too close to call it a sure shot right now, said Jay Engle from the NWS New York City office. Frost is also a concern, but if winds keep up, the persistent breeze may help mitigate frost damage.

It will be windy, too.

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Boston reached 70 degrees on Tuesday, marking only the third time in history when the mercury rose to 70 degrees or more during the month of February.

The low temperature record for February 20 is 22, so tonight's projected low of 30 is not a concern to be record-breaking, though it dips well below the normal low of 41. Forecasts predict Wednesday's springtime vibes to be followed by rain and a cold front, with temperatures in the upper 30's on Thursday. Rainy but mild weather is in the forecast for the end of the work week and start of the weekend. The mercury could be back into the 40s by noon and 30s by 6 p.m. Then again Saturday night into Sunday. Wednesday night could be almost 30 degrees cooler than Tuesday.

WEDNESDAY THROUGH FRIDAY: Record highs are possible on all three of these days as the ridge holds, but we will bring in a chance of showers or storms Wednesday afternoon as a front slowly approaches from the north.