WEATHER ALERT: Areas of dense fog are likely into Sunday morning, especially around the coasts of southern RI and south coastal Massachusetts, including around the bays. Visibility will likely fall below 1/4 mile at times. Please drive extra carefully. A Dense Fog Advisory has been issued for these areas.
What a day Saturday was! The afternoon weather was beautiful with plenty of sunshine and warm temperatures. We hit 80° for the first time this year and for the first time since Sept 23 of last year….223 days ago!
Overnight, some showers are possible, with the slight chance of a t’storm. Areas of dense fog likely.
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Sunday will start out with clouds and showers, but end up with partly sunny skies and warm and humid conditions again.
Excited about the Total Lunar Eclipse Sunday night? There will likely be lots of clouds in place, especially toward the coast. However, all we’ll need is a few breaks in the clouds to see the eclipse. Below is the timing of the astronomical event.
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Looking ahead, there’s the chance for showers and t’storms late day/evening on Monday. Some strongs could be strong to severe, possibly with damaging wind gusts. Best chance for severe weather will be north and west of our Rhode Island, but a leftover strong t’storm is certainly possible in the evening. Most of the daylight hours will be dry Monday.
-Meteorologist T.J. Del Santo
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