Weekend Ocean Storm Brings Back The Clouds

High pressure will build into the Quebec Province of Canada the next couple of days. This pushes in with a northwesterly wind bringing cooler, drier air for us here in the ocean state. Sunshine is with us through Friday with a gradual cool-down, but the weekend is chilly and cloudy with highs near 40 and a northeasterly wind off the Atlantic. The clouds may produce a sprinkle or spotty light shower Saturday night through Sunday night and we could even see a wet snowflake to end the weekend. Monday, as that storm pulls away, we’ll return to sunshine and seasonal temperatures for mid December.

This Afternoon: Sunny and Mild. Near 50. Breezy. NW 5-15.

Tonight: Starlit and Frosty. Full ‘Cold’ Moon (Moonrise: 4:25). Low near 30. Diminishing wind.

Friday: Sunshine, Mid 40s. N 5-15.

Saturday: Morning temperatures in the lower 30s. Cloudy and breezy. Staying dry. Near 40. NE 10-15

Sunday: Cool and cloudy with spotty light showers and sprinkles. An evening snow shower or flurries are possible. High near 38.

Monday & Tuesday: Mainly sunny, 40s.

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