Sunny start, increasing clouds this evening before the cold, rainy mix moves in.

Providence, R.I.–


Gorgeous start Friday morning with mostly clear skies. As day progresses the clouds increase by sundown and our next system moves in.

A second storm looms for Monday-Tuesday, and this could pack more of a punch.

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Computer ensembles are hinting at this storm strengthening into a Nor’easter as we go into Tuesday.

Storm Tracks3 Nm


FRIDAY: Mostly sunny, clouds increasing late. Highs in the upper 40s.

SATURDAY: Beginning as light snow early with mixing possible into the day, especially along the coast. Generally minor accumulations, especially on colder surfaces. Prepare for slick to slippery conditions. Highs upper 30s

Don’t forget, clocks ‘spring ahead’ one hour as Daylight Saving Time arrives early Sunday morning!

SUNDAY: Clouds breaking for some sunshine. Highs in the mid 40s, but a chilly breeze is expected.

MONDAY-TUESDAY: Monitoring a system that could develop into a potent coastal storm.

Meteorologist Skylar Spinler

Categories: Weather Forecast