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by John Donnelly, meteorologist
An upper level low will churn over eastern Canada around which a series of weak fronts will roll through New England. Some showers organize offshore during the day, but stay out to sea, sparing us the wetness. We’ll have an afternoon high in the low 60’s following a morning low around 50 with a light northwesterly breeze.
A clear and chilly start, morning low in the lower 40’s warm to the low 60’s by afternoon as cloud cover increases over a light westerly breeze. Light rain is likely to strike by midnight and continue through sunrise Monday as a warm front approaches from the southwest.
John Donnelly was born in Hialeah, Florida and moved back to Rhode Island and settled in Johnston, where he grew up until graduating from Lyndon State College in 1998 with a Bachelor of Science in Meteorology. As a child John always wanted to know how air moved, and he ran towards not away from thunder and lighting and various other ominous weather phenomena. He returned in 2001 to the old family neighborhood of Elmhurst where the Mccabe’s, Donnelly’s, Walker’s and Callan’s have been since after the Civil War. A meteorologist, John also is an avid golfer, runner, reader, hack guitarist, and walker. If you see a weatherman walking in a blue Jim Cantore weather jacket carrying an umbrella, look out!