Sunny start, rainy finish Friday and a split weekend.

Forecast and Discussion by Meteorologist Nick Morganelli

Providence, RI –

High pressure that gave us the sunshine and very dry air will depart to end the work week. As a storm winds up through the Great Plains and moves into the Mid-West Friday, a warm front stretched east of this front will be the focus for rain in southern New England and more snow initially in NH, VT, and ME. The warm front will lift to the Canadian border Saturday morning as rain overspreads New England for a wet day. A strong cold front may bring a heavy downpour with a clap of thunder Saturday evening as colder air returns for the 2nd half of the weekend. High pressure builds in Sunday through Tuesday bringing dry weather. More spring-like air will ensue after Tuesday as this high moves east and a return flow of wind out of the south pumps in warm air.





OVERNIGHT: Breezy with a moonlit sky. Lows 25-28.

FRIDAY: Morning sun fading away. Midday clouds and afternoon showers with a steady light rain moving in by evening. Highs near 50.

FRIDAY NIGHT: Light Showers. Temperatures in the 40s.

SATURDAY: Morning and midday rain, then a break late afternoon. High nearing 60. SE wind 10-20 mph.

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SATURDAY NIGHT: Another round of rain mid evening. 40s.  Gusty wind SW 25-40 mph.  Higher gusts at the shoreline.

SUNDAY: Sunshine returns Sunday with a chilly wind. Mid 40s. Wind NW 15-20 mph.

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