Drying out for Friday; wintry weather could return Saturday
Yes you read that correctly – wet snowflakes and sleet are possible Saturday.
Outside of a few leftover showers, conditions will dry out this evening. Friday will see clouds break for some brightening skies throughout the day.
Friday night will be partly cloudy and chilly. Clouds will move in Saturday morning and keep the temps from rising much, which is important.
A potent storms moving across the country will push precipitation into southern New England in the form of a warm front by midday Saturday.
With the cold air in place, some of the precip could begin as sleet or wet snow before quickly changing over to rain as the front pushes through.
Rain will exit during the early morning hours on Sunday and pave the way for a mild and sunny day, albeit windy at times.
Monday and Tuesday will feature dry weather, but the temperatures will trend chillier. We will be watching another storm system moving in middle of next week that could also begin as a wintry mixed.
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FRIDAY: Partly sunny. Highs 50-55.
SATURDAY: Cloudy and chilly in the morning, precip arriving by midday – likely starting as wet snow or sleet away from the coast, changing to all rain by mid-afternoon. Highs in the 40s.
SUNDAY: Sunny and on the windy side. Highs near 60.
MONDAY: Sun and clouds. Highs in the mid 50s.
TUESDAY: Increasing clouds and cooler. Highs in the upper 40s.
-Meteorologist Geoff Bansen