Good to see Monday doing its thing with a cold rain falling across the region. We’ll have rain on & off (mostly on now until 11am and again 3-9pm) for the entire day. Most towns pick up an inch of rain and even a little more across southeast MA (upwards 1.5″). At first it’s a chilly rain as we all start in the mid 30s but by late today coastal locations as well as southeast MA reach the 50s/60s! The other concern with the storm is the wind along the coast. Cape Ann, metro Boston and (once again) southeast MA may see wind gusts near 40mph between 3-10pm. along the immediate South Shore/Cape/Islands you may actually see wind gusts near 55mph. That may lead to some minor power disruption early this evening.
It’s a powerhouse storm that is responsible for much of the deets in that first paragraph and this storm is long gone tomorrow but it will fling a large chunk of arctic air into New England for several days. This air is dry so sunshine is with us for the next several days but it’s only there for moral support with morning lows into the 20s & afternoon highs only in the 30s & low 40s. Quite cold for mid November.
Enjoy those raindrops today.