The weekend was dry, but we’re looking at some changes for Monday…rain and even a little snow!
Overnight will be cold and dry with increasing high clouds. Overnight lows will be in the 20s once again.
We’ll start our Monday with some dim sunshine, but the clouds will continue to thicken through the day.
Precipitation (rain and snow) arrives late Monday afternoon. We’re thinking snow or a mix of rain and snow north and west of I-95 in Rhode Island. Expect mainly rain elsewhere.
Accumulations are possible on grassy surfaces and car tops, but most roads should remain snow-free.
Accumulations of a 1 to 2″ possible north and west of 295, with the largest accumulations in northwest Rhode Island. 1-2″ possible in spots in Woonsocket, Burrillville, North Smithfield and Glocester. Even Providence may get a brief coating, but it will be washed away by rain. The south coast could received some brief snow flakes but we’re expecting rain for most of Monday evening and night. Here is what we are thinking for accumulations…much of this will be on the grass and car tops.
-Meteorologist T.J. Del Santo and Pete Mangione