Today will be even colder than yesterday. For the coast, an onshore wind will keep things quite cool during the day. Showers will develop during the day Tuesday.
With some cold air in place, it’s possible that we could see a little bit of wet snow. Temperatures will quickly warm into the 40s and 50s and by that point we will see liquid precipitation.
At this point, we aren’t expecting a ton of rain. It’s been a dry month so far – Boston, Providence and Worcester all running a deficit of an inch or more.
Temperature have also been mild. Only one day this month has been below average – we will likely see one more coming up tomorrow. Temperatures will be rebounding by the end of the week with another round of rain moving in Thursday into Friday. 70 degrees will be within reach by Friday afternoon.
As we head into another weekend with social distancing being the new normal for now – the sun returns and we will have plenty of time to get outside during the day to get fresh air.