The chilly weather continues today. It won’t be quite as blustery as yesterday, but an occasional breeze 10-15 mph will be noticeable. Wake-up wind chills were in the teens. Dress warmly for afternoon highs stuck in the 30s. Dry weather will rule with a mix of sun and clouds this afternoon. An isolated ocean effect rain or snow shower is possible over the Cape and Islands late today and tonight, but won’t have much coverage or impact at all.
LATE WEEK WARMING
Winds will shift tomorrow, bringing more seasonable sunshine to the region. Friday will warm into the 50s. That’s why the next system will only produce RAIN in southern New England Friday afternoon and night. It doesn’t appear to be very impactful with mostly light showers adding up to 0.1-0.2″ or so.
WEEKEND IN VIEW
The weekend forecast is shaping up unsettled. Although many towns will remain dry Saturday, spots showers are possible. Towns north of the Mass Pike have a better chance for a few drops early weekend. Sunday will likely be the wetter day with that storm trending earlier. That keeps us soggy Sunday into at least Monday morning in southern New England with snow in northern New England.
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