If you’re out and about this weekend during the evening and late night hours, grab a fleece or a sweatshirt as temperatures will be unseasonably chilly.
Tonight (Saturday night) into Sunday morning will likely be the coolest overnight of the season! Lows will tumble to around 40 in Providence and into the 30s into much of the area just outside of Providence.
Because of the combination of high pressure to our west and approaching Teddy to our east, there will be a HIGH RISK of rip currents from now until at least Monday evening. Use caution if you are heading down to the water.
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THIS WEEKEND: Chilly and Dry
Building Waves, Surf And Rips Early Next Week
Hurricane Teddy expected to pass about 400 miles offshore of southern New England late Monday into Tuesday. Rain and wind stays offshore, but large waves/surf and are likely, especially for the eastern coast of Massachusetts.