Although we did see some downpours roll through on this Sunday afternoon, it wasn’t widespread enough to have much of an impact on our abnormally dry weather.
Hit and miss showers, downpours, and thunderstorms continue to move through New England Saturday evening, with temperatures holding in the 50s and 60s through the overnight.
On and off showers will be around this evening, tonight and through the day tomorrow. When all is said and done, nearly a half inch of rain is possible.
Rain advances from southwest to northeast during the day, with possible heavy downpours in a few locations especially late morning through early afternoon and southern and central New England.
Dry weather persists in Foxborough, Massachusetts, prompting local officials to implement an outdoor water ban.
A cold front pushes offshore today, ushering drier and more seasonable conditions as high pressure builds overhead. Mostly sunny skies are expected with high temperatures reaching into the mid to upper 70s...
Most of us start off sunny and cool Friday morning.
So-called "fire rainbows" were spotted throughout New England on Wednesday. Matt Noyes explains what they are.
Two disturbances are affecting New England Thursday, though neither is all that impactful.
A wave of low pressure south of New England brought some rain to parts of Connecticut, Rhode Island, and southeastern Massachusetts overnight.
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