As scattered showers will continue overnight, keep the rain gear handy for your Thursday, as it's going to be another soggy day.
Temperatures will drop into the 50s overnight, and by daybreak some spots could see upper 40s.
Grab the umbrella Thursday morning.
Meteorologist Mark Dixon said a wave of low pressure is riding along the stalled frontal boundary that extends across southern New England, which will be the reason for rain on Thursday.
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"There could be periods of heavier rain and we can’t rule out an isolated thunderstorm. It will also be much cooler, but seasonably so, with highs in the upper 50s and lower 60s," Dixon said.
An area of high pressure will move in, leading to a tranquil Friday.
The day will start to near 40 degrees for some, but temperatures will be in the mid-60s for most of the day.
Saturday will be gorgeous, with highs close to 70 degrees.
Sunday we're expecting to see the effects of another storm system.
"Clouds will increase and chances for rain will be on the increase through the afternoon hours. The wind will pick up and the rain could be heavy Sunday evening and at night," Dixon said.
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