Here’s what to expect from Friday’s weather forecast

The wind continues, this time with chillier temperatures.

A wind tunnel on Franklin Street in Boston on Oct. 10.
A wind tunnel on Franklin Street in Boston on Oct. 10. –Lane Turner / The Boston Globe, File

Thursday’s rain may wash away Halloween night, but strong winds will stay in Boston to close out the week. Friday will feel a bit chillier than yesterday, as highs in the 50’s are met with advisory-level winds that could potentially bring down trees and cause power outages. Make sure to bundle up at night, when the winds will ease off but temperatures will dip into the 30s.

 

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