Metro

These weather maps show what to expect in your area Friday and Saturday

The heavy rain and melting snow and ice could lead to flooding, meteorologists say.
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The heavy rain and melting snow and ice could lead to flooding, meteorologists say.

After a deep freeze and a snowstorm last week, the Boston area is about to see a warm-up and plenty of rain Friday and Saturday.

The heavy rain and melting snow and ice could lead to flooding, meteorologists say.

Take a look at projections for the high temperatures, rainfall amounts, and wind gusts coming up Friday and Saturday.

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Some areas could see more than an inch of rain between Friday and Saturday.
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Some areas could see more than an inch of rain between Friday and Saturday.
Parts of Massachusetts could get nearly an inch of rain Friday.
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Parts of Massachusetts could get nearly an inch of rain Friday.
Boston will be at least in the high 40s Friday.
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Boston will be at least in the high 40s Friday.
Parts of the state could reach into the 60s Friday.
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Parts of the state could reach into the 60s Friday.
Wind gusts are mostly expected to stay in the single digits Friday.
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Wind gusts are mostly expected to stay in the single digits Friday.
The Cape is projected to get more rain than the rest of Massachusetts Saturday.
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The Cape is projected to get more rain than the rest of Massachusetts Saturday.
Boston is expected to hit 50 degrees Saturday.
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Boston is expected to hit 50 degrees Saturday.
The minimum temperatures Saturday will be warmer on Cape Cod than areas further inland.
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The minimum temperatures Saturday will be warmer on Cape Cod than areas further inland.
Wind gusts will be a little higher Saturday than Friday.
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Wind gusts will be a little higher Saturday than Friday.