From R.J. Heim:
Mostly dry overnight, and below average temperatures for the rest of the weekend. Then, a weak storm system is expected to bring a little bit of light snow for the morning commute Monday before it changes to a light mix first along the coast, then towards Providence by midday. The sun may come out in the afternoon as temperatures rise to near 40. We get a seasonable break Tuesday, followed by rain showers Wednesday, and more rain expected Thursday. Colder air follows.
SATURDAY OVERNIGHT: Lots of stars, breezy at times. Low: 25-30.
SUNDAY: Sun and clouds, breezy at times in the morning. High: 40-45.
SUNDAY NIGHT: Clear early, increasing clouds overnight. Low: 22-28.
MONDAY: Morning light snow possibly accumulating 0-1", then changing to a light mix as temperatures rise to the low 40's. There may be some late afternoon sun.
TUESDAY: Sun, clouds, seasonable. High: mid 40's.
WEDNESDAY: Cloudy, some light rain expected. High: mid 40's.
THURSDAY: Rain, possibly ending as a period of snow, becoming gusty and colder late in the afternoon and night. High: low 40's.
FRIDAY: Sun, clouds, windy, colder. High: mid-upper 30's.
SATURDAY: Sun, clouds, gusty, cold. High: mid-upper 30's, overnight lows in the 20's.
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