Much of the upcoming week will be dry and mild, but there are some exceptions.
A weak low pressure system will pass south and east of New England later today and tonight. It will spread some light rain into the area, though temperatures will be marginally cold enough for some light snow across the interior, mainly north and west of I-495. Rain ends late tonight, followed by gradual clearing on Tuesday. After that, we’ll have generally dry and mild weather through the remainder of the week, though some disturbances will spread in some clouds and possibly a few showers at times. We may turn colder again next weekend, but there are no big storms in sight.
Monday: Cloudy with showers developing, mixed with snow across the interior. High 35-42.
Monday night: Cloudy with rain or snow showers gradually ending. Low 29-36.
Tuesday: Any lingering showers end early, skies start to clear out late in the day. High 38-45.
Tuesday night: Clear skies. Low 17-24.
Wednesday: Sunshine and a few afternoon clouds. High 35-42.
Thursday: Intervals of clouds and sunshine, slight chance for a shower. High 42-49.
Friday: Partly to mostly sunny. High 37-44.
Saturday: Partly sunny. High 42-49.
Sunday: More clouds than sun, much cooler. High 28-35.