Unseasonably warm temperatures and a few rain chances return

Despite the rain, the air will certainly feel relatively mild with highs in the 40s and lower 50s. Throughout this upcoming week, the temperatures will be on the rise, continuing into the weekend with mostly sunny skies in the forecast.

Thursday will offer a carbon copy with abundant sunshine and unseasonably cool temperatures, minus the brisk winds as high pressure builds overhead and winds significantly diminish.

Wednesday Night: It will be partly cloudy with a low around 24 degrees on Wednesday night with a calm wind coming out of the east at 7mph.

A cold front will be moving through the region, bringing with it the potential for rain in the morning to early afternoon.

Environment Canada is forecasting a warming trend over the next few days, with today, March 23, the coolest with a high temperature of 11 Celsius.

A warm front will spread clouds and a few rain showers into Southern New England. Highs will be nearing 70°.

With the warm front through the state, temperatures should soar to mid-May like readings.

A warm front will bring in some wet weather late tomorrow morning, which may begin as snow for some or a rain/snow mix.

TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy skies and scattered rain showers will develop for Tuesday with a high temperature of 64 degrees. Then by Tuesday, the rain will be gone, and we should see partly cloudy skies.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Mostly clear skies and chilly temperatures will be around for Wednesday night, with a low temperature of 40 degrees.

  • Arturo Norris