Northeast winds will keep the damp ocean air locked in over eastern New England, with a few sprinkles or drizzle in spots thru daybreak Tuesday.
Our next shot of widespread rain comes Thursday into Friday morning, as an area of low pressure moves through the northeast.
Scattered showers are likely throughout Halloween Day and for Trick-or-Treating in the evening. It looks very mild and windy with temperatures in the 60s during the day and staying in the 60s into the night. Winds may gust up to 30-35 mph Thursday evening
We’re likely to see a period of heavier rain with this system. Timing is still a bit “up in the air”, but as of now the heaviest rain moves through after trick-or-treating from late Thursday night into Friday morning, with skies drying out and turning sunny Friday afternoon. Temperatures may briefly spike to 65° to 70° Friday, then cooling later in afternoon. Weekend looks dry but much cooler.