We had coastal flooding on shoreline roads in the typical areas we see flooding from high astronomical tides. This was a result of the increased waves, an onshore wind and the higher high tide this afternoon.
More coastal flooding along shore roads will be possible tomorrow afternoon and maybe Wednesday afternoon.
As we continue to see an onshore wind, the ocean-driven clouds and drizzle will hang around New England. The best areas to see any breaks in the clouds will be far inland.
Some dry weather may help with some sun breaks on Tuesday in southeastern Massachusetts, otherwise we're expecting another mostly cloudy day with highs again in the 50s.
Wednesday will be another cloudy day with some specs of drizzle or showers as milder air slowly heads in. Our highs will be in the low 60s.
Halloween is looking frightful with rain, wind and mild temperatures in the mid to upper 60s. The showers head in by morning along a warm front, then the cold front follows behind by Friday morning.
In between, scattered rain and heavy rain is possible across northern New England, closer to the center of low pressure. The wind will be gusty from the south on top of the rain, so it does not look like a great evening for trick-or-treating. However, the timing of the heavy rain is still yet to be determined, so stay tuned!
Temperatures go from the mid-60s Thursday night and Friday to the 50s by the weekend.
Much cooler air takes over for both Saturday and Sunday but also drier weather takes over so sunshine will return. We stay cool and mainly dry through the start to next week.