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

Turning windy and much colder.

NEWTON, NH  - NOVEMBER 13, 2019: Kelly Masone waits for a train at the Riverside MBTA station in Newton, MA  on November 13, 2019. Temperatures overnight in Greater Boston plummeted, bringing morning lows in the teens and wind chills in the single digits to the region.
According to the National Weather Service, Beverly dipped to 18 degrees by 7 a.m., Lawrence hit 16 degrees and Boston recorded a 21-degree reading. Temperatures were lower away from the coast, with the coldest weather expected in the northwest corner of the state, near North Adams.
Bright sunshine is expected to accompany the bitter cold for most of the day, and temperatures in the region were expected to climb to the upper 20s and lower 30s.
 (Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff) section: Metro reporter:
–Craig F. Walker/Boston Globe, File

These mild temperatures are about to come to an end.

Overnight rain will linger into Thursday morning, with some areas north of the Mass. Pike possibly receiving a coating to an inch of snow before changing to rain. Expect all rain south of the Pike.

The precipitation moves out by mid morning, and it will be around 40 degrees. But then strong winds kick in during the afternoon, and temperatures will drop steadily.

Thursday night will be a cold one, and we can expect a frigid day on Friday.

Watch the forecast by AccuWeather below:

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