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Long-Range Forecast – April 21

Overall, this is has been a rather benign April in Southern New England. The high temperature for the month is only 72°, but the month is averaging a bit above normal in Providence. Bolstered by two soakers, the monthly rain total is just above normal to date.

This week looks mainly dry and seasonable. The normal high is in the low 60s, the normal low is in the low 40s. The only chance of showers this week look like Tuesday night into Wednesday morning, and on Saturday. Neither system looks particularly wet, and both should give between 0.2-0.4″ of rain.

There is no big warm-up ahead in the next couple of weeks. If anything, it will average slightly below normal. A slow-moving storm in the middle of next week could bring a few days of showers. Right now, it looks like the best chance of an extended stretch of unsettled weather is between Tuesday and Saturday. Of course, it would not be raining all the time, but, if you have outdoor projects to get done, the end of this workweek, and possibly part of this weekend may be your best bet.


Fred Campagna

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

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