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The calendar version of Winter officially arrives on Tuesday with the solstice at 10:59 AM ET. Tuesday looks nice with partly to mostly sunny skies and not as cold. Highs 40-45 by afternoon
TUESDAY MORNING FORECAST 7:00AM
TUESDAY AFTERNOON FORECAST 2:00PM
EARLY MORNING RAIN WEDNESDAY:
Tuesday looks dry, then rain arrives late night (AFTER MIDNIGHT) into early Wednesday morning as an off-shore storm system passes southeast of New England. This system will track close enough to bring a period of rain showers early Wednesday morning.. We are looking at a slight risk of freezing rain for areas well north and west of Providence for a brief time. Slick roads “possible” in far northwest Rhode Island, northeast Connecticut and Worcester County Mass during the pre-dawn hours.
WEDNESDAY MORNING 6:00AM: Rain showers early likely morning
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON 2:00PM: Gradually clearing from west to east with drier skies.
Christmas Eve day looks mainly dry with a chance for a few flurries or light mixed showers. It does not look like it would cause any travel issues.
Later Christmas Eve Night (after Midnight) into Christmas Day, we’ll be watching the track and timing of a disturbance that will move through New England. Right now the track would support mostly rain in Southern New England with snow in central and northern New England. Stay tuned!
CHRISTMAS MORNING FORECAST MAP 11:00AM
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