The unseasonably warm weather continues thru Sunday, with temperatures running well above average. The hottest day of the stretch will be Sunday afternoon, with highs well into the 80s to near 90 It is likely to be the warmest day of the year so far. Brighter sunshine and no sea breeze are a few reasons why Sunday will be a hotter day.
Both today and Sunday will have the risk of a few afternoon showers or thunderstorms. On Sunday, a few of the thunderstorms could be strong with damaging wind gusts. We will keep you posted!
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TOWN BY TOWN FORECAST SATURDAY AFTERNOON: A mix of hazy sun and clouds…watch for a brief passing shower or thunderstorm by mid to late afternoon, however most of the afternoon will end up being dry. Warmest temperatures will be along and north and west of the the route 95 corridor with highs in the 80s. Coastal locations will be in the upper 60s to mid 70s. Providence Metro will top out around 82 degrees with the warmest air across northern and western Rhode Island.
Tonight will feel like mid-summer. Skies clear out and temperatures stay very mild. Lows will in the 70s during the evening and 60s late at night.
Get ready for a dose of mid-summer heat and even a touch of mugginess on Sunday. Even the coastline will be warm. High temperatures near 90 inland and 80 at the beaches. The is the risk of a brief thunderstorm Sunday evening (sometimes between 6pm-8pm). A few of the storms could be strong.