With increasing clouds, expect highs to range between 48-61, with much of the region being in the 50s.
Let’s take a look at the incoming storm…again…this will be very brief.
Southern New England, as well as southern New Hampshire and coastal Maine.
Scattered showers begin in SNE this evening. The steady rain comes in overnight tonight, peaks mid-morning Wednesday, and then winds down Wednesday evening.
Expect rainfall amounts mainly on the order of 0.25″ to 0.5″, with some spots in eastern MA seeing isolated amounts near 0.75″, where isolated heavy rain is possible.
Gusty NE winds up to 25 mph are likely, with gusts to 40 mph near the eastern and southeast MA coast and 50 mph along it, which has prompted a Wind Advisory for coastal MA.
Low impact system, merely a nuisance. It’ll blow leaves around, yes; it might blow away loose objects outside near the MA coast. The wind and rain in eastern MA may cause some minor pains during the Wednesday morning commute. However, even if there was a big commute tomorrow (Veterans’ Day means many people will be off the roads), this would still be relatively low impact, with only isolated heavy rain.
Have a great Tuesday!