From WPRI 12 Eyewitness News Meteorologist Tony R Petrarca , here is the latest Detailed 7-Day Futurecast:
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A WIND CHILL WARNING entire areas excep Cape 4pm Saturday until noon Sunday. Wind chills -25 to -30 likely.
A WIND CHILL ADVISORY Cape Cod and Islands Wind chills near the coast will be -20 to -25 Saturday afternoon through early Sunday afternoon.
TONIGHT: Dry through midnight. Scattered snow showers after 11pm. along immediate south shore A small accumulation of snow, an inch or less is by daybreak from on Cape and Islands. . Temperatures remaining in the ‘teens.
SATURDAY: Early clouds, then partly sunny..very windy and turning frigid. Highs around 17 in the morning, falling to 10 degrees by late day. Wind chills by Saturday evening running -20 to -25 below zero. Winds gusting 35-45mph
SAT. NIGHT: Windy, frigid, low temperatures -7 to 0. Wind chills -20 to -30.
SUNDAY (VALENTINE’S DAY): Very cold with morning lows around zero to 5 below. Afternoon highs only 13 with sunshine and diminishing wind… wind chills remaining below zero through the day.
MONDAY: Partly sunny, not as cold… highs near 30 by afternoon. Wet snow by evening/night
TUESDAY: Watching a storm system. The track will determine the precipitation type(s). Right now, we’re leaning towards a wintry mix in the early morning giving way to heavy rain as milder air takes over. Stay tuned! Highs in the 40s.
WEDNESDAY: Clearing, dry…. near 40
THURSDAY: Mostly sunny, dry, seasonable… near 41.
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