The widespread rain and strong winds have moved out, with just quick passing sprinkles early this evening.
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A cold front will gradually push across New England and off-shore this evening. Behind the front, winds will shift to the north, drawing cooler to colder air back into the area later Tonight. By Saturday morning, temperatures will fall to 30-35 under mostly cloudy skies.
Cloudy skies Saturday, with some early morning mist and drizzle. Seasonably chilly
SATURDAY MORNING 7:00AM
THIS WEEKEND: Cooler, Watching Off-Shore Storm Sunday
Temperatures return to more seasonable highs for the MLK weekend. a frontal system will stall off-shore, keeping extra clouds and blustery winds around. There will
Meanwhile, we are closely watching the forecast for Sunday as an off-shore storm will pass well south and east of us, but close enough for some light snow showers. Depending on the track, southeastern New England could get clipped with some light snow showers on Sunday. Right now, any impacts look minor, but a small accumulation can’t be ruled out from New Bedford, Plymouth to Cape Cod on Sunday. Check back for updates
SUNDAY MORNING 9:00AM
SUNDAY EVENING 7:00PM
HIGHEST CHANCES OF SNOW SUNDAY FROM NEW BEDFORD, TAUNTON, PLYMOUTH, AND CAPE COD
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