The weekend got off to a decent start with some sunshine and mild conditions on Saturday morning. Clouds thickened by late-morning, and rain developed from south to north during the afternoon. Rain will be moderate to heavy Saturday night as a storm moves through the Mid-Atlantic. The temperature will drop through the 40s into the upper 30s to low 40s by early Sunday. 1-2.5″ of rain is possible by dawn Sunday.
Rain showers will continue through at least Sunday morning as the storm moves south of Southern New England during the day. It will be a raw and damp day, with highs in the upper 30s to low 40s. There will be a 10-20 mph northerly breeze. Dreary weather will continue into early next week. The storm will very slowly move east of Cape Cod Sunday night into Monday. Look for occasional light rain or sleet on Monday, with temperatures struggling to get out of the 30s. The northerly breeze will make it feel even colder.
The weather will improve slightly on Tuesday. Skies will slowly clear as the storm drifts into the Atlantic Ocean. It will be on the cool side, with highs in the low to mid 40s. The best chance of sunshine is in the afternoon. There will continue to be a cool northerly breeze.
As we’ve told Right Weather Pro members in the Long Range Forecast, there is no spectacular stretches of weather ahead for early April. It will be a decent for a day or two in the midweek, with some sunshine Wednesday and the first part of Thursday, but rain threatens again by Thursday afternoon, and more showers are possible Friday into next weekend. Highs will be near or below normal for most of mid to late week. Wednesday may be the mildest day, with highs in the low to mid 50s.