Milder Today Into Monday

From Channel 12 Eyewitness News Meteorologist T.J. Del Santo, here is the latest Detailed 7 Day Futurecast.

COASTAL FLOOD ADVISORY around the time of high tide Monday morning (9am) for the coasts of RI and MA including Narragansett and Buzzards Bay.  Minor coastal flooding possible.  See graphic below.

WIND ADVISORY from 5am to 2pm Monday morning for southerly wind gusts to 45mph. Isolated power outages are possible.

TONIGHT:  A dry evening, but rain will move into the area after midnight.  Lows in the upper 40s.

MONDAY:  Rain, mostly during the morning ,but some lighter showers possible in the afternoon with partial sun. Temperatures will be much milder…60-65.  It’ll be fairly windy with southerly winds 10-20mph gusting to 30mph at times.

TUESDAY: Partly sunny…highs in the upper 50s.

***We are monitoring the potential of a coastal storm for Wednesday into Thanksgiving day.  Depending on its exact track, it could bring some wintery precipitation to the area.  We encourage you to stay tuned to further forecasts.

WEDNESDAY: Sun to clouds and cooler with rain/sleet developing.  Highs in the low 40s.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT:  Snow/sleet/rain possible.  Possibly windy, too.

THANKSGIVING THURSDAY:  Snow/rain possible in the morning then some partial clearing.  It could be windy with highs in the low to mid 40s  Chance of a few flurries in the evening.

FRIDAY: Partly sunny, colder..upper 30s to 40.

SATURDAY:  Increasing clouds with the chance of rain/snow.  Highs in the upper 30s.

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Watch live weather updates from meteorologists Tony Petrarca, Michelle Muscatello, T.J. Del Santo, and Pete Mangione on Eyewitness News on WPRI 12 and live streaming on WPRI.com.

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