Umbrellas and rain boots needed through this evening.
An area of low pressure located over the Ohio River Valley will usher a slug of heavy rain towards New England today.
After a gorgeous and fair spring day across New England, clouds will thicken overnight tonight ahead of the next system that will bring rain, heavy at times, for Friday and Saturday.
Thursday, for the most part, looks like a nice day. We’ll see a good amount of sunshine and temperatures warming into the 60s – typical for this time of year.
By this time next week, we will be saying, "rain, rain, go away."
The old system responsible for the severe weather outbreak and all the rain and snow across the country this week is now a shadow of its former self.
Expect a nice warm-up on Tuesday after morning showers clear out. With the help of sunshine, temperatures will climb to 80° during the afternoon.
A warm front pushes through New England today, resulting in a wide range of temperatures across the region.
Yesterday we talked about the warmth we saw during April. With temperatures climbing above 80° on four separate occasions, it turned out to be the warmest April since 2012.
Just as quickly as the cooler air came in overnight and this morning, new warmer air is trying to come back, and that produces a layer of clouds and showers.
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