After yesterday's cold front focused heavy rainfall and gusty wind, cool air is squarely in place for our Friday in New England - cool, but not exceptionally cold, with high temperatures either side of 50 and wind chill values in the 40s.
The cold air aloft will result in bubbling clouds that will yield scattered rain showers from time to time, mixed with snowflakes in higher terrain of northern and western New England, falling from time to time this afternoon as an energetic disturbance moves overhead, then diminishing with sunset this evening as temperatures cool.
Those temperatures continue falling overnight - into the 20s - and with a continued light but steady breeze, wind chill values will be in the teens! The next energetic disturbance aloft moves south of New England Saturday, keeping rain and snow across the Mid-Atlantic and bringing only increasing Saturday clouds for many of us with a cool northeast breeze, though extreme southern communities like southwest Connecticut and Nantucket Island may see a bit of late evening and overnight rain and snow with little fanfare.
Sunday will be cool and bright ahead of the next approaching storm system Monday, with snow changing to rain in the North Country and rain showers for the rest of us. Though showers may linger into Tuesday and significant warming will be slow to occur, eventually our exclusive Early Warning Weather 10-day forecast shows temperatures around 60 with fair weather by next weekend.