The wind slowly eases through Sunday morning as the sky clears and temperatures fall with Canadian air moving in. Sunday itself starts out with a good deal of sunshine, but that breeze will make it feel a bit colder. The good news those winds die down for the afternoon while some clouds mix in with the sun. Looks for highs to only reach the low 40s.
Sunday night will be a cold night under clear and calm conditions so lows will fall into the mid and upper 20s across most of the ocean state. However, Monday will start another warming trend that will last into the midweek stretch. We’ll see plenty of sunshine Monday with highs recovering to the upper 40s. Clouds will be gathering Tuesday with rain showers developing in the mid to late afternoon and those showers will continue off and on into Wednesday with highs in the mid 50s.
It looks like the sun will return for Thursday, but it should remain mild in the low 50s. Dry and Cooler temperatures return for the end of work and into the weekend week with a good deal of sunshine.
ABC6 Meteorologist, Bill Gile