Another cool and damp day for New England is accompanied by rain - with the heaviest shifting to the Maine coastline and Maine Turnpike as the day progresses, and gradually decaying across Southern New England.
A persistent northeast wind will keep highs in the 40s, and "feels like" temperatures in the 30s for most of the region. Overnight tonight, drier air moves in, allowing for some breaks in the clouds that ultimately produce a fair and milder Wednesday, with highs reaching into the 50s and the only unsettled weather found in Northern Maine early in the day as a pocket of departing rain and snow.
By Wednesday night, our next disturbance is moving in from the west, and overnight rain showers are expected for most of Central and Southern New England, though Northern New England likely will find a change to some snow early Thursday morning with some accumulation possible in the mountains before the precipitation shield breaks into scattered showers for many Thursday.
Lingering energy aloft will likely result in building clouds again Friday with an least isolated showers of rain for many, and perhaps some North Country snow showers, but dry and cool air eventually wins out for the start of the weekend Saturday.
The next storm develops south of New England Sunday, and it's still uncertain exactly when it arrives, but the trend is later in the day, which gives some hope to parade plans on Sunday in New England - we'll keep you posted on that.
Next week is looking, overall, like it may be somewhat unsettled again.