Good Friday morning

Grab the umbrella and hold on tight to it. A storm developing along the Mid-Atlantic coast will move slowly towards the southern New England coast Today and Tonight. The lack of cold air means a WINDSWEPT RAIN (no snow) for Rhode Island and eastern Massachusetts.

Along with the rain, a WIND ADVISORY has been issued for southern suburbs and coastal areas. This is in effect from 7 AM Friday until 10 PM Friday. East winds could gust to 40-50 mph leading to “isolated” wind damage and power outages. Be sure to secure any outdoor holiday decorations.

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

A windswept rain, heavy at times, will continue throughout Friday morning and afternoon impacting both commutes. Rainfall amounts up to 1″ to 2″ are expected with highs in the mid-40s. Gale Warning is in effect for bay and coastal waters

FRIDAY FORECAST 7:00AM

FRIDAY FORECAST 1:00PM

Windswept Rain Heavy At Times

Lingering rain and gusty winds continue on Friday night. After midnight, rain showers will mix with and change to wet snow showers ending just before dawn Saturday.

FRIDAY EVENING FORECAST 6:00PM

GALE WARNING FRIDAY

RAINFALL AMOUNTS NOW THROUGH FRIDAY NIGHT

While no accumulating snow is expected locally, higher elevations of western and northern New England will see some significant snowfall. Some areas could pick up as much as 1ft to 1.5ft of snow.

WEEKEND OUTLOOK

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