Count on cloudy, mild and drizzly weather today. It won’t be a washout. In fact, the dry times will outweigh the wet ones! Patches of drizzle are possible at any time, but a stretch or two of light rain is most likely this afternoon and this evening. Totals will end up less than 1/10″ for most local towns and cities.
It will turn a bit breezy by evening with gusts 25-30 mph. Conditions will be dry around midnight with clearing skies late tonight. Friday will be pleasant with partial sun and highs in the lower 50s.
We have an early alert for Saturday. The day will start dry with developing rain midday or afternoon. Initially it may be cool enough for brief snow or mix at elevations. Any slush or coating will be quickly washed away by a transition to rain as the afternoon progresses. Rain and wind will peak overnight with low pressure tracking across southern New England. Rainfall between 1/2″-1″ is expected.
Showers may last through sunrise Sunday. Things will rapidly dry out with clouds breaking apart. Although Sunday will be the nicer day of the weekend, you’ll need to plan around sustained winds 15-20 mph and gusts 30-35 mph.
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