Chilly Weekend, But It’ll Be Mostly Dry

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If you’re headed to Opening Day at McCoy Stadium, you’ll need to bundle up.  Temperatures will be in the low to mid 40s in Pawtucket today, but at least we’ll see a little sunshine.  Gusty northwest winds will make the 40s feel like the 30s, however.  A warm coat, with a hat and gloves are advisable…and a hot cocoa.

Clouds will be breaking through the day, but it will be chilly everywhere with afternoon highs in the low to mid 40s. Hello? Spring where are you?

We’ll have a blend of clouds and stars this evening with continued dry and chilly weather.

Through the weekend, we’ll be monitoring the development and track of an ocean storm.  All indications are that the storm will pass too far south and east of us to bring Southern New England any substantial snow.

Nantucket and perhaps portions of Cape Cod could see a little light snow Sunday morning, however.

Rhode Island and nearby Massachusetts will only see the northern edge of the cloud shield Sunday morning.  During the late morning and afternoon on Sunday, skies should clear.

Sunday will be another very chilly day.  The average high temperature for this time of year is 55°.  We’ll be well-below that all weekend.

Long range computer information indicates that we will see more seasonable weather mid to late week! Keep your fingers crossed.

-Meteorologist T.J. Del Santo

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