After a gray and soggy afternoon, we’ll see some clearing tonight with lows down around 30.

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We’ll have to watch for some ice on area roads, but the winds should help dry most roadways.

Sunday is looking good! We’ll be between two storm systems, so expect dry weather with a blend of clouds and sunshine

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Highs will be in the mid to upper 40s Sunday afternoon.

For Monday, we’ll see clouds thicken early and rain showers are likely by late in the day. The coastal storm responsible for the rain will strengthen and give us some strong winds Monday night and Tuesday morning.

Damaging northeast winds are possible, and in higher elevations heavy wet snow is a concern which has prompted a Winter Storm Watch for parts of the Northeast from Monday night into Wednesday morning.

As far as precipitation type here in southern New England, it looks like rain will mix with snow and then turn to all snow Tuesday evening. Accumulations are possible even in Southeast New England, but that’ll depend upon the exact track and timing of the storm center. As we like to say, stay tuned!

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