Rounds of rain, cooler weather on the way

After a pair of lovely days across southern New England, a fairly unsettled – and at times chilly – pattern is setting up for us over the next week.

Clouds move in tonight, with a few sprinkles possible along the coast. Thursday will be overcast with scattered showers – not a washout.

Geoff Short Range Futurecast1

Friday the rain pushes south along a stationary front, and high pressure to our north will even thin out the clouds a bit before the next storm moves in Saturday.

Geoff Short Range Futurecast2

The day will start off with dry conditions, but you can expect a steady rain by the afternoon hours. It will also be chilly, with highs only reaching the low to mid 40s.

Some areas to our north and west may even see some wet snowflakes or sleet pellets mixed in at the onset of the precipitation.

Sunshine will return on Sunday with a blustery northwest wind. Looking ahead to next week, more rain and more chilly air is expected.

Temps Outlook 6 10 Days


TONIGHT: Cloudy, low 45.

TOMORROW: Scattered showers through out the day. Winds 10-20mph with gust up to 30mph along the Cape during the afternoon and early evening. High 55.

FRIDAY: Mostly cloudy. A few breaks of sun. High 54.

SATURDAY: PM Rain. Chilly. High 42.

SUNDAY: Clouds breaking for some sunshine. Highs in low 50s, but a chilly breeze is expected.

-Meteorologist Geoff Bansen

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