Saturday, October 25, 2014
  • Sun Returns on Saturday

    Sun Returns on Saturday

    The sun will finally return to Southern New England on Saturday. It will be a partly to mostly sunny...

Forecasts and Weather News

Drier Into the Weekend

A storm will move away from New England on Friday

The storm that brought howling winds and flooding rain to part of Southern New England will still be close enough to throw more showers at Eastern New England Thursday night into Friday morning. The best chance of seeing rain is in Eastern Massachusetts – an area already hit hard by the storm. Occasional heavy showers could produce another 0.5″ or ... Read More »

Showers Continue on Thursday

A storm will still be close enough to Southern New England to bring showers on Thursday

The storm took a little longer than expected to develop, but it is delivering on its promise of nasty weather for Southern New England. Wednesday night will be wet and windy with the potential for wind gusts over 30 mph and occasional heavy rain in Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts. It will be a raw night with lows in the ... Read More »

Showers Develop on Wednesday

A developing storm will throw some showers at Southern New England on Wednesday

A slow-developing and slow-moving storm will play a bigger role in Southeastern New England’s weather in the next couple of days. Showers were few and far between on Tuesday, and there was even some sunshine from time to time. Sun should be harder to find on Wednesday, but showers may not develop in earnest until late in the day. Highs ... Read More »

Stubborn Storm on the Way

Showers are likely Tuesday as a slow-moving storm develops near New England

TUESDAY MIDDAY UPDATE The storm has been slow to develop and widespread rain is not expected in Southern New England through Wednesday morning. There will be scattered showers, and possibly mist and drizzle at night. We are still expecting a period of steadier rain late Wednesday into Thursday. FROM MONDAY EVENING The slow-moving storm that we have talked about since last ... Read More »