After taking a tumble Easter Sunday, temperatures will quickly rebound in Boston for Patriots' Day.
The return of air flowing in from the cold ocean caused Easter weekend to end on a cooler note.
As the wind direction shifts, the door will open for milder air to pour in on Monday and boost temperatures to near 65 F. Sunshine will win out over clouds.
The weather will be perfect for Patriots' Day festivities, including the Boston Marathon.
Further warming will occur on Tuesday ahead of a cold front, boosting temperatures into the middle to upper 60s.
The warmth will not last long as the cold front sweeps a shower or two through Tuesday evening. While the game between the city's Red Sox and New York Yankees at Fenway Park should start on a dry note, showers may arrive before the last out.
Temperatures will then take a tumble in the front's wake, leading to highs in the 50s on Wednesday. A brisk wind will create even lower AccuWeather.com RealFeel® temperatures.
A multi-vehicle accident involving more than 50 vehicles occurred amid snow showers and brutal cold and led to the shutdown of Interstate 78 in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania, Saturday morning.
The coldest air of the winter is gripping much of the eastern United States and will feature single-digit and sub-zero temperatures in the Northeast this Valentine's Day weekend.
The dangerous cold gripping the eastern United States will set the stage for disruptive snow and ice to unfold from Tennessee and Georgia to Maine Presidents Day into Tuesday.
Voters heading out to the polls on Saturday, Feb. 20, can expect mild weather and dry conditions for the next step in the 2016 Presidential Election.
The dangerous cold gripping the eastern U.S. will continue to allow snow showers and squalls to stream downwind of the Great Lakes this weekend and posing more hazards for motorists.
Heavy rain will raise the risk of flooding across more than a dozen states in the Southeast on Presidents Day to the East Coast on Tuesday.
Snowflakes in Florida: trace at Ft. Myers (26.5 deg. N).
Pond, AR (1905)
-29 deg.; record low for state.
Lebanon, KS (1905)
-40 deg.; record low for state.