Good afternoon. It’s feeling like early fall on this Friday. Morning lows were in the 50s, with a few spots (Hopkinton and Hope Valley) down to the 40s! The low humidity will continue this afternoon with skies turning partly sunny skies. It will be a bit cooler than normal, and there’s a slight chance of a brief sprinkle. Overall, it’s a dry and comfortable day with highs in the low 70s. Winds stay light from the northwest at 5-10 mph.
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AT THE BEACH: A pleasant and dry day at the coast, with mainly sunny skies and slightly cooler than normal temperatures. The surf is still running a bit high in the wake of Ida, so use caution in the water.
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The RIVER FLOOD WARNING continues for the Blackstone, Wood, Pawcatuck and Taunton Rivers, where minor flooding is occurring. Water levels are expected to gradually recede below flood stage by tonight or Saturday.
We’ll see another comfortable night for sleeping, with mostly clear skies. Temperatures will be in the 60s in the evening and then cool to the low to mid 50s late night
LABOR DAY WEEKEND: Beautiful Saturday; Passing Shower Late Sunday/Early Monday
Saturday is the pick of the holiday weekend with seasonably warm temperatures, low humidity, light winds and lots of sun. Temperatures reach the upper 70s inland and mid 70s at the shore. It stays dry and comfortable Saturday night.
An approaching front will bring some extra clouds and muggier air for Sunday. In addition, a few showers are possible late in the day and overnight. There’s a chance we wake up to some clouds and lingering showers on Labor Day morning before skies turn partly sunny for the afternoon.