The heaviest rain has moved out and now we are left with mist, drizzle and foggy conditions.
Temperatures will be above average for a change, with highs in the low-50s.
Fog will become dense tonight in some areas, reducing the visibility for those driving back from Gillette Stadium.
Patchy to dense fog will impact the morning commute on Monday while warm air will be in place and temperatures will soar into the mid-50s to near 60 along the South Coast during the afternoon under a partly sunny sky.
A secondary cold front will move through Monday evening with an isolated rain or snow shower in some spots.
Much colder air ushers in Tuesday through Thursday, but the good news is that we stay sunny. Temperatures are a little closer to average by Friday with a couple of showers possible.
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Next weekend looks interesting. Models are hinting at a coastal storm, with a chance for snow all the way to the coast. It is still far away and anything could happen so we will keep you posted.