THURSDAY MORNING: Cold start at dawn…partly to mostly sunny skies.
THURSDAY AFTERNOON: Mostly sunny, dry and milder…highs near 47°
The temperatures take a sizable jump up on Thursday. By afternoon we’re well into the 40s. Friday also stays dry and seasonably mild, but clouds will start to roll move in by afternoon and evening ahead of Saturday’s rain.
THIS WEEKEND: Rain Likely Saturday.
The latest data in overnight is trending north with the storm track,. with the center of low pressure passing near or over southern New England. That track would mean a mainly rain event for Rhode Island and southeastern MA.
The showers move in by Saturday afternoon and turn steadier and heavier Saturday evening and night. A soaking rain is possible Saturday night, with rainfall totals up near 1″.
SATURDAY EVENING 10:00PM
The system will continue to impact our weather on Sunday, but with lighter, scattered rain showers. Those rain showers could transition to wet snow showers Sunday evening and night.
SUNDAY MORNING 8:00AM
Little to no accumulation is expected here, but there is the potential for significant snow accumulations in the Berkshires and Worcester Hills to northern New England. Good news for Ski Country!