Mild now, but trending colder

This is the mildest day of the week as we’ll begin a cooling trend tomorrow. The weather pattern is an active one this week with a few rounds of precipitation as the jet stream wind, the storm track hovers overhead.  This warm front  may give us some pre-dawn snow and rain showers Tuesday with a second round rain showers Tuesday evening as the low pressure area passes through.


Wednesday night and Thursday we’ll be watching a warm front edging in. With cold enough air to the north of that front for wintry precipitation, we’ll see a rain-ice line set up somewhere across southern New England.  Where that ends up will determine who gets the treacherous travel conditions. Stay tuned!



We’re gaining more than 2 1/2 minutes of daylight each day for the next two month!


Forecast and discussion by Meteorologist Nick Morganelli

TODAY: Mostly cloudy with some breaks of sun especially in the afternoon. Staying mild with Highs low to mid 50s.

TONIGHT: Mainly cloudy. A late night mixed rain/snow shower possible. Lows 32-36.

TUESDAY: Damp start, but drier by midday with a period of scattered rain showers by evening. Highs in the low 40s.

WEDNESDAY: Morning sunshine then clouding up.  Highs in the mid 40s.

THURSDAY: Rain for southern RI especially the south coast with  an icy mix of sleet and freezing rain in northern RI and into Worcester county. Highs in the mid 30s.

Tune into ABC6 News for your updated on-air forecast.

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