A cool northeast breeze will continue on Tuesday. Clouds will prevail on the South Coast, and the temperature will struggle to reach 50. The breeze will be 10-25 mph straight across ocean surface temperatures that are in the low to mid 40s off the New England coast.

Midweek Rain Likely

Showers are not likely during the day on Tuesday, but a slow-moving system will eventually bring rain late Tuesday night and/or Wednesday. It will be even chillier on Wednesday with highs only in the mid 40s and a gusty easterly wind. There will be occasional rain making it a quintessential Southeastern New England raw late-April day.

Rain will continue Wednesday night, and it may be heavy at times. The wind will swing around to the southeast then south during the day on Thursday. Showers and thunderstorms are possible all day. The temperature will climb into the mid to upper 50s with a 10-25 mph southerly wind. 1-2" of rain is possible from the storm. It will most likely not lead to widespread flooding, but some ponding on the roadways is possible.

The shower threat ends Thursday night, and, thankfully, the weather looks a lot nicer Friday into the weekend. Highs will be in the low 60s, which is near normal for early May. Skies will be partly cloudy.

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