Relatively cool weather continues for the rest of the week in Southeastern New England. It will be dry through Wednesday. A weak disturbance may bring light snow/mix/rain to RI and SE MA on Thanksgiving, but it does not look like a big deal. Another disturbance moving through Friday into Saturday will bring a few rain showers, but heavy rain is unlikely. It will be seasonable and dry to end the weekend and begin next workweek.
Wednesday will start with lows in the 20s under clear skies. It will reach the mid 40s with mostly sunny conditions in the afternoon. The northwest breeze will be lighter than the past few days, but still noticeable between 10-20 mph.
Clouds increase late Wednesday night ahead of a warm front that will bring light snow to parts of New England on Thanksgiving morning. Lows will be in the mid 20s to low 30s. The steadier precipitation will be northwest of RI and SE MA, but a period of light snow or mixed precipitation is possible in the morning, with light rain showers possible in the afternoon as the temperature gradually climbs into the low to mid 40s. At this point, I do not expect any icy travel in RI or SE MA Thursday morning, but if the snow arrives before dawn when temperatures are below freezing, there could be some slick spots.
Friday looks mostly cloudy with scattered showers possible. Highs will be in the mid to upper 40s. Overall, it does not look bad for Black Friday shoppers. There is a better chance of rain Saturday morning as a slightly stronger system passes by. Highs will be in the mid to upper 40s again on Saturday, with drier weather in the afternoon.
Sunday and Monday will be a dry and a touch cool, with highs in the mid to upper 40s, and lows in the 20s to low 30s. Both days should features some sunshine. Rain may return in the midweek. Clouds increase on Tuesday with rain possible by sunset. There could be a decent soaking Tuesday night, with showers lingering on Wednesday. It will get milder with highs in the 50s on Wednesday.