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by Jack Donnelly, meteorologist
Low pressure developing over the midwest will
threaten the western edges of New England later in the day with some rain
developing before sunset, not that we’ll see said sunset given the dense
overcast that will gradually blanket the region through the afternoon. Morning
lows in the clearest portion of the day will dip into the chilly upper 30’s,
and afternoon highs will achieve the mid 50’s.
The mature low pressure system sets up shop
directly overhead and makes itself at home for the duration, light to moderate
rain lasting from morning until night. Easterly winds gusting into the 20’s
drive the rain slightly sideways through the day, helping maintain the rawness
of the wet conditions. A tight temperature range typical of these type of days,
lows and highs both in the 40’s.