Here we go again! Rain returns this evening, falling heavy at times with a gusty east-northeasterly wind. As the rain picks up, the temperatures will fall back into the 40s for a chilly and windswept rain through the evening.
It’s all brought to us from a spring nor’easter, that will bring signficant snow (potentially 1ft+)to high elevations in northern New England.
Around here, we’ll see about 1/2″ to up to 1″ of rain and east-northeast wind gusts up to 30-35mph.
The storm will continue to assert its influence on us through the day Tuesday, with cloudy skies, unseasonably cold temperatures and some occasional lighter showers and drizzle.
After a morning shower on Wednesday, we’ll take a step in the right direction, with breaks of sun and afternoon highs near 60.