Clouds will continue to thicken overnight Temperatures will drop to 40-45, so it won’t be as cold as the last few nights.
An approaching warm front will lead to lots of clouds and spotty showers on Thursday, mostly during the morning. Cooler with highs in the mid 50s. It turns breezy, too, with southeast winds 10-15 mph and gusts 20-30 mph.
By late Thursday night and Friday morning a cold front will be approaching New England, bringing a period of heavy rain, strong wind gusts and isolated thunderstorms.
It’ll be a stormy start to Friday, with as much as 1-2″ of rain and southeast gusts 40-50 mph. Steady rain will taper to spotty showers by mid/late Friday afternoon, with temperatures near 60 again.
WIND GUST FORECAST FRIDAY MORNNG