On Wednesday, an offshore storm will pass well south of New England, but close enough to bring extra clouds and just a few light showers or a sprinkle. BOTTOM LINE: Wednesday does not look like a “washout”.
WEDNESDAY MORNING: Increasing clouds, cool and mainly dry
Right now, it looks like the bulk of the rain will remain offshore, but we’ll see some occasional light showers…mainly in the afternoon and evening, and especially near the south coast.
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON: Mostly cloudy, breezy and cooler. A few light showers.
The best chance for showers will be toward the south coast as long as the low remains farther offshore.
WEDNESDAY EVENING 8:00PM
Most of Wednesday will be dry, however, but expect lots of clouds and chilly temperatures.
THURSDAY FORECAST: Partly sunny skies, dry and milder.
-Meteorologist Tony Petrarca and T.J. Del Santo