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November 28 – Few flakes possible Friday

Quiet and cool weather continues on Thursday. Expect a gusty wind and temps in the low 40s. A weak disturbance comes through on Friday with a slight chance of snow showers and flurries during the afternoon and early evening. A worst-case scenario is a coating, but even that may not happen. It’s possible the snow will dry up and we’ll just have a cloudy and cool day. 

It stays dry for most of the day on Saturday. Precipitation arrives Saturday evening and continues into Sunday morning. It will likely be mainly or rain in all of Southern New England. Showers and damp weather linger on Sunday with temps in the 50s. The best chance of rain is before noon. Monday looks mild and dry before a chill arrives in the midweek. 

Mainly dry for the rest of the workweek. We're looking at a weekend rainstorm, and there's snow potential next week. Here's the latest!

Posted by Fred Campagna on Wednesday, November 28, 2018

I’m watching the potential for stormy weather in the middle and end of next week. It’s a ways down the road, but there is enough cold air around that if any storm comes close enough to the coast, there would likely be a wintry element for at least part of it. This is more of a heads-up than anything else to the possibility of wintry weather next week. It’s way too early to talk about specifics, and it’s possible that the storms will stay away. I’ll continue to keep you updated on any changes over the next few days. 

EPS model hinting at weather action in the Northeast next weekend.

Fred Campagna

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

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