Ahh, Winter in New England
Do you like cold, rain, and wind? You’re in luck! An intense low pressure system moving through the Great Lakes will trigger a secondary storm that will affect our region tomorrow. Precipitation may start out as sleet or snow due to the cold air currently in place, but will soon change over to rain as warm air is advected in the area. Rain may be heavy at times during the day tomorrow. The wind will also be an issue tomorrow and Thursday, with very blustery conditions much like what we have been seeing recently. After the storm exits, cold air from Canada digs into the region, with lows in the 20s°F and highs in the 30s°F Friday and Saturday.
Today: Partly sunny. High 41°F (5°C). West winds 5–10 mph.
Tonight: Cloudy. Low 34°F (1°C). West winds 5–10 mph.
Tomorrow: Rainy and windy. High 47°F (8°C). Northeast winds 20–25 mph.
Thursday: Partly sunny and windy. High 39°F (4°C).
Friday: Partly sunny. High 36°F (2°C).
Saturday: Partly sunny. High 38°F (3°C).