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Long Range Forecast – March 28

So far this month there has only been 30% of the normal precipitation in the Providence area. A storm this weekend will help to significantly cut into that deficit. It may not make it back to normal by the end of the month, but a 1.5-3″ of rain should help to get it to 50-75% of normal. It looks like this is the start of an unsettled weather pattern that should lead to plenty of April showers, at least through the first half of the month. Every few days a front or storm will threaten with rain in the Northeast. Next week, that will happen Friday into the weekend again.

It does not look as cold as March, but the temperature will likely average below normal in the next couple of weeks. The normal high temperature is 55° by next weekend, and it does not seem that we will be consistently above the mid 50s anytime soon. March will be the fifth consecutive colder than normal month in the Southeastern New England, and the early outlook for the first two weeks of April suggests we could be on the way to making it a half-year straight of cool weather.

Fred Campagna

President and Chief Meteorologist - Right Weather LLC AMS Certified Consulting Meteorologist #756 AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologist #126

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