Recent Right Weather Pro Updates

Long-Range Forecast – April 29


May will likely get off to a cool and unsettled start with rain arriving Sunday as temperatures struggle to get above 50 degrees. The first few days of the month do not offer much promise for warm weather. The normal high is in the mid 60s in early May, but most days will likely not reach 60° through the first …

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Long-Range Forecast – April 26


It has been a run of relatively warm weather in Southeastern New England. Every month since last July has been warmer than normal in the Providence area. That streak will likely end in the next week as April comes in slightly below normal. It does not look like there will be anything too warm heading our way in early May. …

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Long-Range Forecast – April 18


We have enjoyed one of the nicest stretches of the year in the past week. A few showers are possible on Tuesday, but most of the time it will be dry. Another dry stretch is likely in the midweek before showers arrive on Friday. While there will be some rain on Tuesday and Friday, neither day looks like a soaker. …

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Long-Range Forecast – April 14


April has turned around in a hurry, with plenty of sunshine ruling the skies, and much more seasonable conditions than earlier in the month. An offshore storm will keep the weather seasonably cool into the weekend, with a warm-up likely Sunday and Monday. Highs will finally get above normal Sunday and/or Monday as the wind shifts from northeast to west, southwest. …

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