The month of November is running 2° below normal in the Providence area, but if you throw out the first two days of the month then the temperature averaged +13°, then the last 12 days have averaged 4.5° colder than normal. There is some warmer weather in the forecast for the weekend and during the rain on Monday, but the overall cool pattern should persist for the next couple of weeks. Unfortunately, it looks like the overall dry pattern will continue for the next 10 days. The only shot at rain through, at least, next Saturday appears to be Monday.
Monday’s rain will be followed by another cold shot that will have it feeling more like December again in the middle of next week. There is the chance of some inclement weather late next weekend or early during the Thanksgiving week. A blocky pattern may set up for the end of the month and early December. If that occurs, then it will stay cool in the Northeast, with the potential for some stormy weather. Nothing is imminent, and therefore we’re keeping it drier than normal for the next two weeks.