Very wild, but we’re ringing in 2023 with umbrellas
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WLNE) — The current pattern will remain with us as we will enjoy mild air into the middle of next week! High pressure in the mid and upper atmosphere is dominating our weather right now and this is pushing the jet stream winds northward locking the arctic air in Canada.
We’ll watch a storm system move through the Mississippi valley today and into the northeast tomorrow. It’ll bring us a mild rain on New Year’s Eve. Awful timing for any outdoor activities and celebrations.
Heavy rain will just miss us to our south at 5 p.m. Saturday
Here’s the map on Saturday just as we are ready to ring in 2023 with pockets of moderate to heavy rain in Southern New England.
Not a lot of rain, but it all comes between 6 p.m. Saturday and 6 a.m. Sunday.
Forecast Details by StormTracker Meteorologist Nick Morganelli
Today: A beauty! Sunny. High near 55.
Tonight: Clouds and Fog late. Low near 45.
Saturday: Morning fog then P.M. scattered showers developing. Highs near 54.
New Year’s Eve: Steady rain after 5 p.m. and continuing past midnight. Steady temperatures in the upper 40s. Light SW wind.
New Year’s Day: Early showers then partial clearing and windy. Morning high near 50. Falling temperatures later in the day. West wind increasing 10-25 mph.
Monday: Sun and Clouds, 40s.