From Mark Searles:
Another cold night ahead! Temps will be in the lower 20s to near 30 overnight. Clear & dry across all of southern New England. After a chilly Wednesday temps will turn milder for Thanksgiving & Friday as a ridge of high pressure builds along the east coast.
A cold front will bring the chance of a few showers Saturday, right now it looks like the morning timeframe is most likely for the rain. Cooler air will follow this front for later Saturday and Sunday. Dry weather is likely for the early part of next week.
TONIGHT: Clear & cold. LOW: 20-32
WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny. HIGH: 45-48
THANKSGIVING DAY: Partly sunny. HIGH: 55-58
FRIDAY: Partly sunny. HIGH: 57-61
SATURDAY: Chane of rain showers in the morning. HIGH: 45-48
SUNDAY: Partly sunny. HIGH: 47
MONDAY: Partly sunny. HIGH: 45
TUESDAY: Chance of showers. HIGH: 50
Today's Record Temperatures