A cold front approaching from the west will push milder air into New England. That, in turn, will trigger scattered light showers. They won’t amount to much and dry time will certainly outweigh any wet time that you have.
It will be warmer than average with highs in the upper 60s.
It looks like a repeat Wednesday morning with some spotty sprinkles. It will be mild, dry and mainly cloudy in the afternoon with highs around 70.
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The forecast will brighten up Thursday and Friday. The clearing conditions should make for a better view of the Orionid Meteor Showers. Best viewing is before sunrise. It’s possible to see 10-20 per hour if you’re willing to wake up between 3:30-5:30 AM. The meteors are debris from Halley’s Comet!
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