Saturday was damp and dreary from the start. The temperature struggled to reach the low 60s, and settled back into the mid to upper 50s during the afternoon as some patchy mist and drizzle developed.
The mist and drizzle will be sticking around Saturday night as temperatures fall into the low to mid 50s. A disturbance over the Atlantic will bring some rain into SE MA by late Saturday night into Sunday morning. Some of those showers may impact RI, too.
Sunday morning looks very similar to Saturday with a cool, damp start to the day. The best chance of rain is in Southeastern Massachusetts, but some showers can’t be ruled out in RI – especially in the SE part of the state.
Sunday afternoon will be mostly cloudy, and there is still the chance of a few passing showers. The temperature may nudge up into the low 60s.
Better weather early in the week
The stubborn weather system that plagued the weekend weather in New England will be moving to the north on Monday. As a result, we’ll see increasing sunshine, and highs in the upper 60s to low 70s.
The timing of the next rainmaker has slowed a bit, so there is the chance that most of the daylight hours on Tuesday will be dry. Showers are likely Tuesday night into early Wednesday, but we should get back to some sunshine on Wednesday afternoon. It will be relatively mild from Tuesday through Friday, with highs in the upper 60s to low 70s each day.