Temperatures will be much colder overnight thru daybreak Thursday. We’ll hold on to the sunshine for most of Thursday. It’s the coolest day of the week, with highs in the mid to upper 30s.
The cooler air will already be retreating northward by Friday. After a chilly start at dawn, afternoon highs will be back into the 40s. Skies stay dry Friday night.
We’re continue to monitor a potential off-shore storm for Saturday and Saturday night. Latest data indicates a track far out to sea, with minimal impacts in RI and southeastern MA. Based on the latest track, our area would only get clipped with extra clouds and potentially some light rain showers. At this point, the risk of significant impact from this is low. However, we’re still a few days away, and a shift in the track closer to the coast would bring a higher for rain, so please check back for updates.
COMPUTER MODEL 1 (GFS AMERICAN MODEL)
COMPUTER MODEL 2 (EUROPEAN MODEL) A similar track offshore and far enough away to have only minimal weather issues meaning rain showers
Super Bowl Sunday looks drier and blustery with highs in the 40s.