After a pretty busy weather week, we deserve a quiet weekend of weather! And that’s what we’ve got. While there a few chances of precipitation during the next 7 days, there doesn’t appear to be any real storms in our future.
Let’s talk about the next couple of days….
Today will be dry with mostly sunny skies and chilly temperatures. That weather system out west will continue to march eastward through the day.
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Highs today will still be below average, but nothing too cold. Highs 30-35.
By Monday morning, there will be some mid and high level clouds in place with some snow showers, perhaps, on the approach.
By Monday afternoon and evening, some rain showers are likely. This may start off briefly as snow in northern Rhode Island. However, it likely won’t snow long enough to accumulate.
Some wind gusts of 30-40 mph, especially along the south coast during Monday afternoon and Monday evening. Rain continues on Monday evening and then moves out Monday night.
Most of the work week looks dry and temperatures may get close to 50 on Wednesday before a cool off late week.
-Meteorologists T.J. Del Santo and Pete Mangione