NEXT STORM UP
After a couple of quiet weather days, a cold front arrives late Wednesday. The day will be dry and mild with highs in the 60s and increasing clouds. Rain will develop Wednesday evening in western and south coastal New England, continuing to spread to central and eastern New England through the night. A storm developing along the front will intensify over southern New England. That will produce heavy rain and strong winds overnight. There will likely be thunderstorms, too. The storm then brings gusty winds and lingering showers on Thursday. The wind may be strong enough to cause isolated downed tree limbs and power outages. The weather will improve again heading into next weekend.
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