Another cold and windy night is expected across southern New England. Temperatures are dropping back into the 20s and will bottom out in the low to mid-20s by morning. When factoring in the wind, it’ll feel more like the teens!
The winds will still be gusting between 20 and 30 mph overnight but mainly confined to coastal areas and the islands.
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We’ll start our Sunday off on a cold note but temperatures won’t warm up all that much. We’re also watching for some passing flurries and sprinkles throughout the day starting with the early morning hours.
A few rain and snow showers are possible for tomorrow morning as an offshore low moves close enough to us to help spark some of these showers and flurries. A quick dusting of snow is possible in spots with the best chances being interior sections and higher elevations.
Throughout the day Sunday, we’ll stay mostly cloudy and cool. Later in the evening, we will see more chances for some rain and snow showers.
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