We have a mild and pleasant stretch of weather ahead, but we have some showers to deal with before we get there. Trick-or-treatin’ weather does look good, however!

Sunday morning, Providence (TF Green Airport) hit the freezing mark for the first time since April 18th. That’s 195 days of above freezing temperatures. Although it was a frosty, cold start Sunday morning, the high was above average in the afternoon (64°).

Monday morning won’t be as cold as Sunday morning with temperatures falling back into the 40s with some extra clouds arriving.

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Despite the extra clouds, we’ll be staying dry. Some areas of fog are possible, too.

It should be a nice sunrise Monday morning with a blend of clouds and sun. Outside of a sprinkle, we should be dry.

Afternoon highs, with lots of clouds, will be in the low to mid 60s.

The trick-or-treaters should stay mainly dry Monday evening as only a few sprinkles are possible with a spooky look to the sky (blend of clouds and stars).

The goblins and princesses won’t need a heavy jacket over their costumes. It’ll be mild!

Showers are possible Monday night into at least Tuesday morning.

-Meteorologist T.J. Del Santo

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