Some drought relief has arrived this afternoon. We could see some pockets of heavier rainfall this afternoon into the evening. Our wet weather combined with some patchy fog this afternoon into tonight, will make for a more difficult commute home from work. Localized street flooding is also possible. Temperature-wise we trend near to above normal, but with winds picking up this afternoon it will feel cool today. Temperatures this afternoon with reach into the upper-40s and low-50s for most, with temperatures inching into the mid-50s (especially south of the Mass. Pike) around 8PM. Then we’ll see temperatures drop back into the mid to upper 40s into tomorrow morning.
Winds start to pick up as we head into this afternoon and evening, especially across the Cape & Islands where a Wind Advisory in effect from 5 PM through Midnight. During this time 40-50 mph wind gusts are possible.
While we should briefly dry out late tonight into tomorrow morning, another round of rain hits us as we head into the late morning hours tomorrow. Rain showers stay with us tomorrow afternoon into Thursday morning. By the time it’s all said and done most location can expect 1.25-2.0” of rainfall, with locally higher rainfall totals nearing 3.0”.
Temperatures stay above average through the next couple of days, evening to the start of December. Our wet weather wraps up Thursday morning, with gradually clearing skies into the day. We can expect more sunshine by the end of the week, with temperatures trending cooler by the weekend.
Stay dry & stay warm!
Meteorologist Wren Clair