Hello everyone! We’ll be clear and cold for the overnight hours with winds slowly decreasing through the night. Temperatures will bottom out in the upper 20s overnight. Winds will be from the west-northwest 10-15 mph with gusts to 25-30 mph.

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Skies stay clear and temperatures overnight will dip to the mid to upper 20s.

Storm-free weather continues through Wednesday with highs near 40 and diminishing winds.

A very cold start to our Tuesday is expected. Temperatures start out in the 20s before rising into the upper 30s by lunch time.

Temperatures top out around 40 degrees for the afternoon hours. It also won’t be as windy compared to Monday.

LATE WEEK STORM: Windswept Rain Expected in New England

A large storm system moving across the country will impact our weather late Thursday and Friday. Precipitation arrives Thursday evening… possibly starting as a little snow, but it should quickly turn over to all rain.

The way it looks right now, the center of the storm tracks over the Great Lakes. That will put New England on the warm side of the system. Temperatures are forecast to could soar into the mid 50s Friday afternoon, bringing a wind driven rain to our area. In fact, there’s the potential for rain all the way into northern New England.

An early call on storm impacts:

  • Rain: Up to 1-3″
  • Wind: South-southeast gusts 50-60 mph
  • Impacts: Slow travel with localized street flooding, isolated wind damage, and minor coastal flooding at high tide (around 7:15AM and again at 7:40 PM)

That system clears Friday night, leaving a quiet, cold and dry weekend for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

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