Get used to the clouds. They are going to be here a while.
The front that moved through Monday, stalled to our south in the afternoon. A new low is moving along that front, and is dragging a new round of rain and drizzle north again Monday night. There will be a couple rounds of rain and drizzle again Tuesday and Wednesday before the front wraps up and moves out to sea. We aren’t really going to see any good sunshine until Thursday.
At the same time, colder air is trying to wedge in from the north. That cold air could force rain to switch to sleet in western Maryland down to about Frederick or Carroll County on Monday night, and then again to sleet or wet snow for western and extreme northern Maryland Tuesday night. Otherwise, our 50s are heading back down toward reality – near 40 degrees.
When we do clear out later this week, the cold air will get reinforced. Highs will be in the upper 30s to near 40 Friday. After some moderation over the weekend, another shot of even colder air will move our way early next week.
Early outlook for Foxborough is temps in the 30s, dropping to the 20s during the game. Not sure if there will still be flurries around or not, but there is a chance for some light snow or flurries there over the weekend.