Very high humidity levels will continue overnight thru Wednesday morning. We have several chances for some much needed rain with the highest chances Tuesday night and especially Wednesday morning. Much drier air settles back in Wednesday evening into Thursday. Cooler, more Autumn like air arrives by the end of the week and the weekend.
OVERNIGHT THRU DAWN TUESDAY: Low clouds and fog likely…locally dense near the bay and shore. Temperatures holding steady in the mid 60s.
TUESDAY MORNING: We will see low clouds and fog, especially early morning. Some breaks of sun by late morning across inland areas, but clouds will linger along the shore.
TUESDAY AFTERNOON: Skies will be very “location dependent”….Partly sunny conditions expected inland away from the shore. Clouds will tend to linger along the coast with cooler conditions there.
BEACHES TUESDAY: Ehh…not much sunshine here. Fog will be dense during the morning hours, remaining partly to mostly cloudy during the afternoon.
After an incredibly dry few months, we’re finally slated to see some rain this week. Most of RI is in an “extreme drought”, with rain so far this month running 3″ below normal, and we’re more than 9″ below normal for the year! We won’t erase our deficit, but we have a shot at putting a dent in it by Wednesday morning. We are tracking a cold front that approaches Tuesday Night thru Wednesday morning. This front will bring showers, heavy at times along with an isolated thunderstorm, especially early Wednesday morning. The potential for up to inch of rain in some areas with this front