Good Friday morning
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FRIDAY FORECAST: One More Nice Day….
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The weekend, as a whole, doesn’t look too good.
We’re going to be seeing an area of low pressure develop off the Southeast U.S. coast over the next two days.
There’s a high probability that the low will become sub-tropical (characteristics of both tropical and non-tropical storm). The impacts on us won’t change whether it’s tropical or non-tropical. That low will continue to move up the coastline next several days.
FRIDAY NIGHT 7:00 PM
Friday, even Friday night will still be dry here in Southern New England
SATURDAY AFTERNOON 2:00PM
Widespread rain is likely along with gusty winds
Rain, along with a gusty, raw northeasterly wind will continue through the day on Saturday. Winds along the south shore may gust close to 40 mph at times
SUNDAY MORNING 8:00AM
Precipitation lingers into Sunday but should be lighter. Light rain and drizzle is likely most of Sunday along with low clouds, fog and cool temperatures.
RAINFALL POTENTIAL SATURDAY
We are seeing early signals of the potential of 1-3 inches of rain. Stay tuned for updates
-Meteorologist’s Tony Petrarca, T.J. Del Santo and Steven Matregrano