Monday will be the “warmest” day of the week with highs in the middle 40s. There will be plenty of sun, but it will remain breezy at times (especially around midday).
By Tuesday a weak disturbance will slip to our south, leaving us with cloudy skies all day. Highs will only reach the upper 30s, so when a light batch of precipitation arrives by late morning I’d expect it to fall as a little light snow. Along the coast, temperatures will be slightly warmer so mixing with rain is expected. Areas south of Boston and away from the coast will see the snow last the longest, into the early evening, but I’m still only expecting a dusting for most places. More like 1-2″ is likely just west of I-95 and south of the Mass. Pike. That includes places like Foxboro and Walpole. While there may be some slick spots, travel disruptions won’t be significant.
Remember that Hingham has yet to have measurable snowfall this season. A few flakes were spotted, however, on November 5.
Clearing takes place by mid-week, but temperatures will struggle to claw out of the 30s.