Good afternoon. Rain from overnight has tapered to lingering drizzle and mist, and even that will taper off by mid to late afternoon. It stays very chilly, with highs only reaching the mid 50s. A couple of breaks of blue sky are possible by the evening, but any hint of clearing will be short-lived. North winds will stay between 5-12 mph.
It was a beneficial, widespread rainfall overnight, with totals ranging from 1/2″ to 1″ for most of the area.
After a drier afternoon and evening, the risk of rain returns overnight as a frontal system slowly slides from the Great Lakes into the northeast. Look for scattered showers to develop after midnight and last into the early morning on Wednesday.
As the low moves across New England on Wednesday, scattered showers will be possible off and on again during the afternoon and early evening before ending Wednesday night.
An additional 1/4″ to 1/2″ is expected through Wednesday. It will be another unseasonably cool day tomorrow, too, with highs mostly in the upper 50s.