Widespread Rain Expected Thursday Into Friday Morning
OVERNIGHT HOURS THRU DAWN WEDNESDAY
Wednesday starts off wet, with clouds and chilly rain in the morning then drier in the afternoon with some partial sun trying to develop by 3PM.
We’re still anticipating impacts from the “remnants” of Hurricane Zeta. This will bring a period of widespread rain, heavy at times, Thursday into Friday morning. There’s still the chance that interior parts of Southern New England sees a brief changeover to wet snow showers as the stormy weather ends Friday afternoon. No accumulation is expected for RI or Southeastern MA, but it will be unseasonably cold and windy. Skies will be clear Friday night but blustery and much colder.
HOUR BY HOUR THURSDAY
THURSDAY 11PM: Heavy rain and gusty winds likely
FRIDAY FORECAST: Rain, windy and colder during the morning. Skies will clear and dry out by mid to late afternoon. Clear cold and gusty Friday night with a hard freeze likely by dawn Saturday
Storm Impacts Thursday Thru Friday Morning
- Rain: 1-2″ (isolated 3″ amounts)
- East-northeast Wind Gusts 35-45 mph
- Wet Flakes Possible Friday, No Accumulation Expected