Good morning. After a beautiful Monday, we’ll see a cloudy and eventually damp Tuesday. Patchy morning fog and some partial sun will give way to overcast skies. It will stay cooler with highs in the low 60s.
On an east-northeasterly wind, damp ocean air will be drawn inland, eventually generating some patchy drizzle and light showers late day–first in eastern MA, but eventually spreading into Rhode Island, too.
In the meantime, an approaching cold front will spread more showers into southern New England tonight. Temperatures will be in the 50s–potentially climbing into the 60s– overnight, so it will be quite mild. By the time the rain ends, we’re expecting most spots to see around 1/4″ to 1/2″ of rain.
We’ll dry out during the Wednesday morning commute with clouds clearing for a sunny and dry Wednesday afternoon.