Marlborough Massachusetts Weather
The National Weather Service gives the following forecast information about snowgusts and strong winds that may affect afternoon traffic. The severe thunderstorm that triggered the warning expires at 6: 45 pm ET and will remain severe for the rest of the evening and into the early hours of Saturday, March 5. It will weaken to the severe limit and leave the warning area at 5.30pm EST and last about an hour and a half before leaving the warning area. The severe weather warning for parts of Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, Rhode Island, Vermont and New York expires at 10: 30 p.m. CET.
Wind chill warnings have been issued for the Boston-Providence Northwest Corridor. Strong wind warnings have also been issued for parts of New Hampshire, Maine, Rhode Island, Vermont and New York.
Daytime highs range from 80 to 7º F, but it will feel cool given the humidity and wind. Wind gusts will drop to 10 to 25 below zero in the Berkshires by late evening and Thursday morning, and to zero to 30 above zero in some parts of the state. Daily highs range from 80 to 7 degrees in Boston and Providence, with highs of 83 in Worcester and a low of 60 in Cambridge.
If it is dry, it is January, February, then August and at least some snow falls. The first spring blooms in Marlborough will appear in late February or early March, with early April and early May due to the increasing number of days.
The lightest period of the year lasts 3-5 months, and the darkest period in the years lasts between 3 and 3 months. The darkest periods this year last 3 to 3.5 months, the brightest between 1 and 2 months.
If you are looking for a very warm time to visit Marlborough, the hottest months are July, August and then June. Based on this figure, one of the most popular times to visit Marlborough is early July to mid-August.
The hottest day of the year is July 21, with an average high of 82 degrees Celsius and a low of 64 degrees Celsius. The warmest time of the year is generally mid-July, where highs regularly exceed 86.6 degrees and temperatures rarely drop below that.
Daylight saving time (Daylight saving time) is observed from spring (14 March) and lasts 7-8 months and ends in autumn (7 November). The shortest day is December 21, and the longest day of the year is the day after Christmas, with an average high of 82 degrees Celsius and a low of 64 degrees Fahrenheit. The longest days are 1 January, 2 February, 3 March, 4 April, 1 May and 1 June.
The snow period lasts 5-5 months, and it falls on average 1.5 inches per year in the winter months and 2-3 inches in the summer months. Snowfall may slide south to the Cape and Islands and into the Atlantic. It rained in late December, but there was no snow on the East Coast and little rain in New York City.
While temperatures typically vary significantly from night to day, dew points tend to change more slowly. While temperatures can drop at night, sweltering days are usually followed by sweltering nights. With humidity, temperatures feel cold for the half of the year, with the chance of rain and snow. During the course of a year, the temperature typically fluctuates between 19AdegF and 82AdgF, but rarely exceeds 3AdEGF (90AdeGF).
The sky is mostly clear, with a slight cloudiness and a high chance of rain or snow in the first half of the year. In the second half the sky may be a little brighter, but still very cloudy with the possibility of clouds and rain.
Based on the tourism score, the best time to visit Marlborough in warm weather is from mid-June to mid-September. Based on this value and based on the tourist points, one of the most popular times to visit Marlborough in the first half of this year is mid-June to mid-September. The best time to visit Marlborough during the warmer weather for these activities is from mid-June to mid-October.
The coldest day of the year was January 29, with an average low of 19C and a high of 34C. The coolest day of the year was 27 February with an average temperature of 380.0 ° C, and the warmest February 28 was 440.0 ° C.
The perceived temperatures are taken into account in humidity and wind chill to better represent how hot or cold a day feels for a person. The wettest month was September (66.6%), and the wettest months were August (44.2%) and October (46.5%). The most frequent form of precipitation during the year was rain alone, with the classification based on the number of days with at least one day of more than one centimetre of rain. In fact, 31 days of rain fell most, with October 13 being the most concentrated, with an average of 1.1 cm of rain per day.