Snow is possible later this week but not before temperatures rise for a few days, according to the National Weather Service.
Sunday night will be mostly cloudy with a low around 41, the weather service said Sunday evening.
It will be mostly sunny for Veterans Day on Monday, with a high near 58, and Monday night the low will be around 42 with a 30% chance of rain, the weather service said.
Rain is in the forecast for Tuesday, but the temperature could fall to about 38 by 5 p.m., possibly bringing snow after 1 p.m. While the chance of precipitation is 70%, the weather service is predicting little or no snow accumulation.
“Whatever we get can’t accumulate because it’ll be too warm, so nothing will stick,” said Matthew Conticchio, a spokesman for the weather service's Upton office, on Sunday.
The weather will dry up midweek but remain cold, bringing a sunny Wednesday with a high near 33, far below average temperatures for this time of year in the mid-50s, Conticchio said.
The weather service predicts Thursday and Friday will remain mostly sunny, with highs near 43 and 49, respectively.
Saturday will be sunny, with a high near 43, the weather service said.
Sunday is expected to be partly sunny with a high near 48.