Thursday To Be Cold, Sunny, And Dry

Today looks like a good one, although cooler compared to yesterday. We’ll have lots of sun and near average temperatures for the last day in a while!

Friday through much of next week will be noticeably colder (the pattern change I was telling you about). Highs will be in the 30s for much of the time and there are a couple chances for snow too.

Right now there are two windows for some light snow or flurries this weekend. One is Saturday and another on Sunday. Sunday just looks like some flurries. But Saturday is a bit harder to forecast. We are trying to figure out how close an offshore disturbance gets to Connecticut. Odds favor some flurries or snow showers. Accumulating snow looks more likely for Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts. But there’s a growing chance this storm stay even farther east bringing little or nothing. Either way this doesn’t look like a big deal but it’s worth watching. Even a little snow can cause some issues on the roads.

Either way, it looks like colder air will be sticking around for a while with this upcoming pattern change. It’s only a matter of time before some accumulating snow follows!

Next Tuesday – Wednesday is also a period of interest with a chance for a nearby coastal storm.


Today: Mostly sunny, seasonable. High: Low-mid 40s.

Friday: Mostly sunny, colder. late clouds. High: mid 30s – near 40 degrees.

Saturday: Cloudy, chance for snow showers or a period of light snow. High: Mid-upper 30s.

Sunday:  Partly cloudy, blustery and cold. Chance flurries. High: 30s.

Monday: Partly cloudy, cool. High: mid-upper 30s.

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