Saturday will be unsettled, but not a total washout. Look for cloudy skies and occasional showers. There may be patchy mist and drizzle when it is not raining – especially near the coast. Highs will be in the upper 40s to low 50s with a southeast breeze that shift to the southwest during the day.
Steady rain will develop late in the day or during the evening and continue until after midnight. The rain will end before dawn on Sunday as colder, drier air arrives from the north. The temperature will dip into the low to mid 30s by early Sunday morning. It will become partly cloudy and blustery on Sunday afternoon. The temperature will hover in the mid 30s with a 15-30 mph north-northwest breeze.
It will be cold and quiet on Monday. Clouds will increase with highs in the mid 30s. A storm developing near the Mid-Atlantic coast will move north and likely bring moderate to heavy rain and gusty wind to Southern New England on Tuesday. An early estimate is for 1-2″ of rain between Monday night and Wednesday morning. Temperatures will be in the 40s or 50s.
The storm may be a slow-mover, and it’s possible there will be rain and snow showers on Wednesday into early Thursday as it slowly departs and brings in colder air on the backside. It will likely be dry and seasonably cool by late next week.