WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Partly cloudy skies and cold temperatures continue, with an overnight low temperature of 32 degrees.
We'll see lake effect snow and rain showers Tuesday before things calm down a bit by mid-week. The heaviest precipitation from the second system will likely occur on Thursday, with showers becoming more scattered on Friday.
We'll have the luck of the Irish on our side this weekend.
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Former Hull and Watford manager Marco Silva has also been linked with the job, and was in the running last summer when Pellegrino was appointed.
St. Patrick's Day Saturday is still more on the cool side, with partly to mostly sunny skies as highs reach the 40s.
Areas of fog tonight, thanks to melting snow and dropping temperatures. The sky will stay mainly cloudy with temperatures falling to near freezing.
"Light snow from a Nor'easter moving up the coast last night left behind anywhere from a coating to 3" on grassy surfaces. Those chances for snow showers continue through the evening and into early Wednesday before tapering off.
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During this winning streak, those numbers are 114 points per game and 47 percent shooting with an offensive rating of 114.5. Paul missed a go-ahead 3 with 14 seconds to play, then fouled Lowry in the scramble for the rebound.
Sunny skies, but cold wind chill is bitter pill as Boston gets our snow. Highs will be in the mid-50s. However, if the low fails to fully develop or track further south, only light scattered rain and snow showers would be possible during this time frame.
Tomorrow thanks to a southwesterly wind 10-20 with a few gusts around 25 miles per hour that will allow highs to reach the 60s. Temperatures will be at or slightly above normal, and by the weekend, highs will climb into the mid 40s.
Spring officially begins next Tuesday, March 20, at 12:15 p.m. with the arrival of the vernal equinox.
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Djokovic scrambled to win the second set on Sunday but the rust from the layoff was evident as he made 62 unforced errors overall. Meanwhile, World No. 1 Roger Federer qualified for the Round of 32 with a 6-3, 7-6 victory over Argentina's Federico Delbonis .