Cool weather is going to be the rule the next several days as we will go into a marine weather pattern with a raw NE breeze through the next several days. This means that we won't see the sun until early next week. Tomorrow will be a mostly dry day, but it will be overcast and very cool with highs struggling to get out of the 40's in eastern New England. A few spots west of Worcester will likely reach 50-55 degrees. Then a powerful coastal storm will get its act together along the eastern seaboard and inundate us with heavy rain for about 36-48 hours and it will be extremely cold with highs in the mid 40's for eastern New England on Friday and Saturday. Local flooding will be possible as the ground will be very saturated. Many areas have received between 1-2" of rain today and tack on another 1-3"+ from this weekend's storm, there could be some issues.
That will be all the updates for today, enjoy the storms and stay warm the next few days.