Another round of rain Thursday…much heavier by Thursday afternoon and night. Some minor localized street flooding possible by evening with 1-2″ of rain expected.
OVERNIGHT HOURS THRU 6AM THURSDAY
THURSDAY P.M./FRIDAY A.M. STORM IMPACTS:
Rain from the remnants of “Zeta” will move in during the morning on Thursday with widespread heavier rain expected by afternoon through Thursday night. It will be chilly with temperature in the upper 40s to low 50s. Localized, minor street flooding is possible in the heavier bursts of rain. We’re expecting a total of 1-2″ of rain, with isolated amounts to 3″ possible.
RAINFALL POTENTIAL THURSDAY AFTERNOON AND NIGHT
We’ll wake up Friday morning to lingering windswept showers–potentially both rain and wet snow–before tapering off by early afternoon. Any snow will melt on the pavement, but there is a chance that a thin slushy coating accumulates on the grassy surfaces in the higher elevations of northwest RI.
FRIDAY MORNING: WET SNOW
It will be unseasonably cold Friday with temperatures in the low 40s in the afternoon as drier air moves in. Friday night will be the coldest of the fall season so far, with lows dipping into the 20s!
HOUR BY HOUR FRIDAY
HALLOWEEN SATURDAY: Bright skies, cold and dry