Yesterday, almost in the 60s. Today, cold and rainy. Tomorrow, morning commuters could face slippery snow on the roads. That's New England weather.
The National Weather Service early Wednesday morning issued a hazardous weather outlook for much of New England, including Framingham.
Rain will continue Wednesday, turning to snow overnight as a cold front moves in, according to the outlook. A "low probability" exists for one to two inches of snow in the area late Wednesday, which should produce slippery conditions on roads and slow the Thursday commute.
Winds are expected to become gusty later Wednesday night, and an advisory on that may be issued as well.