Five Things You Need to Know Today: Oct. 26
What's up for your Wednesday? Some rain, a new traffic widget and a lecture on Mercury, for starters.
- Oh dear, it seems fall is really here, doesn't it? Today's forecast calls for rain after 2 p.m., with temps in the low 50s. It's supposed to rain Thursday, too, where there might even be some snow. (!)
- St. Peter's Episcopal Church holds a women's potluck dinner tonight at 6:30.
- As part of its colloquium series, the Weston Observatory holds a lecture tonight titled, "Exploring the Planet Mercury with the MESSENGER Spacecraft," given by Sean C. Solomon, Ph.D., at 7 p.m. They do require reservations due to limited seating.
- The Weston High School band and orchestra will display their Halloween costumes while playing seasonal musical selections tonight at 7:30, at the high school.
- And have you checked out our newest traffic widget? It has real-time, live updates on traffic in the Weston area, include the Mass Pike and Routes 20 and 128. Bookmark this page and use it before you hop in the car to get to and from work.