After one day of relatively cool weather, we’re right back to feeling like September in early November. It will stay warm through Friday before a weekend cool-down. A passing shower is possible late Friday afternoon or in the evening as a cold front passes. I do not expect widespread rain in Rhode Island or Southeastern Massachusetts. There is a better chance of showers in western New England.
The temperature will tumble from a high in the upper 60s / low 70s to the 50s on Saturday – even with a decent dose of sunshine. A northwest breeze ushers in cool and dry weather Friday night. The wind shifts to the northeast on Saturday, and it will stay mainly clear and seasonably cool. Expect clouds to thicken Saturday night. Showers are possible by dawn. Sunday does not look like a rainy day, but spotty showers cannot be ruled out. The temperature forecast is tricky. It looks like it will stay in the 50s in most spots, but it’s possible that it will reach the low 60s at the coast. Either way, do not expect much, if any, sun, and there could be drizzle/mist if it’s not raining.
The wind swings around to the south-southwest on Monday ahead of another cold front. Look for temps to jump back into the mid to upper 60s with a gusty breeze and some sun peeking through the clouds. Showers, and possibly a t-storm, roll through late Monday as another surge of seasonably cool air arrives. Tuesday will be most likely dry, but much cooler. A quick-moving system could bring chilly midweek rain showers.
The overall pattern looks more like November as we get into the middle of the month. It could be chilly with highs not getting above 50° by the end of next weekend. No snow is imminent, but a few cool days in the mid-month will have folks thinking about it!