January 11, 2020 by Meteorologist Michael Page (photo by Joshua Ross)
After weeks of little snow for the South Shore, some are asking when we’ll see our next storm. It won’t be this week.
Here are three things to know about this week’s weather in Hingham.
Tranquil Pattern Continues
Our storm-free stretch of weather will continue this week, with seasonable temperatures.
Monday will feature gradually increasing clouds, with high temperatures during the day reaching near 40.
We’ll enjoy a good deal of sunshine Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday with temperatures generally in the low to middle 40s.
With that sunshine, early risers will notice that our sunrises are now starting to get earlier again. That means we are now gaining daylight both at the start and end of the day.
Late Week Warm-Up
Temperatures will climb into the upper 40s, and even near 50, briefly at the end of the week.
That warm-up will also bring with it our only real chance of rain this week.
A few showers are likely to come through sometime Friday into Saturday.
Cooler Again by Long Weekend
As we head into the long holiday weekend, temperatures will settle back down to normal January levels.
We’ll likely be in the 30s for highs over the Martin Luther King, Jr. weekend.
Despite the lack of natural snow, ski areas have been busy making snow, so there will be plenty of opportunities to hit the slopes.