From R.J. Heim:
Now that the weekend is over, the sun and milder temperatures will make a comeback for the first half of the upcoming week! Tonight, though, some drizzle and fog will be around before skies clear overnight. That may lead to some light ice or frozen fog points north and west of Providence. Then all eyes are on the end of the week, where Guidance Models indicate a powerful storm system may impact Southern New England with (mostly) rain and wind, possibly some coastal flooding too. Stay tuned.
SUNDAY EVENING: Cloudy, drizzle, fog, some slick spots possible as skies clear overnight, particularly to the north and west of Providence. Low: 34-38, but 28-33 north and west.
MONDAY: Hazy filtered sun giving way to sunny skies, milder than average temperatures. High: 50-55.
MONDAY NIGHT: Clear, seasonably chilly. Low: 28-32.
TUESDAY: Mostly sunny, tad cooler. High: low 50's.
WEDNESDAY: Hazy filtered sun, tad milder. High: low-mid 50's.
THURSDAY: Increasing clouds, night rain and increasing wind. High: upper 40's.
FRIDAY: Windy, heavy rain possible along with coastal flooding. High: low 40's.
SATURDAY: Clearing, sun, gusty, chilly northeast flow of air. High: upper 30's.
SUNDAY 3/4: Sunny, seasonable. High: low 40's.
MONDAY 3/5: Sun, tad colder. Increasing clouds at night. High: upper 30's.
TUESDAY 3/6: Cloudy, possible snow/mix. High: mid 30's.
WEDNESDAY 3/7: Sunny, chilly. High: mid-upper 30's.
Today's Record Temperatures