Good Wednesday Morning

We reached 81° yesterday…not a record breaker, but still well above average. Our nice weather will continue for several more days, then significant changes arrive by Friday and especially Saturday as we trend cooler and wetter.

Meanwhile, one more warm day is ahead for Wednesday with afternoon highs in the lower 80s inland and 70s at the shore

Hour by Hour // A close look at the upcoming conditions »



A bit of patchy fog early Wednesday morning, otherwise sunshine.


Mainly sunny skies, unseasonably warm

Ocean, Bay & Beach // A look at the conditions by the coast »


Dry weather will continue through at least Thursday. Temperatures will trend cooler late week, then much cooler by the Holiday weekend.

Saturday looks rainy much of the day, heavy at times, then drier cooler Sunday and Columbus Day Monday

Also note, that we’re expecting Tropical Storm Philippe to pass to our east on Saturday Some of the moisture from Philippe could be fed into our area and enhance the rainfall on Saturday, however, we’re not expecting a direct hit. Philippe will likely make landfall over northern Maine or eastern Canada.

For those who go to the Scituate Art Festival, Woonsocket Autumnfest, or Federal Hill in Providence, Sunday and Monday will be the drier days, though Sunday looks to be a very windy day.


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