Much needed rain moves in this weekend, more possible next week

Much needed rain moves in this weekend, more possible next week

Saturday Night: Becoming cloudy with scattered rain showers developing after midnight.

And the forecast for Tuesday is for temperatures to reach 13 degrees, a full 20 degrees higher than the lowest temperature recorded this week.

Sunday will begin chilly and cloudy. Present trends show the rain easing out of the area around 12 to 3 a.m. Sunday.

Fortunately, we get to enjoy the weekend's brightest and warmest come Saturday as we'll see plenty of sunshine and highs in the upper 40s.

The rain will be gone by morning, leaving us with mostly cloudy skies, slightly breezy winds, and much cooler highs in the 30s and 40s tomorrow. There is also an outside chance that there is some some sleet and freezing rain could mix in. Some light snow is possible late Sunday into Monday in the hilltowns and Berkshires, but without any available moisture, no snow accumulation is expected.

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Rain chances will go up on Monday along with the temperatures. Overnight, a few flurries are possible. Temperatures are tad milder in the lower 40s.

Mostly sunny conditions return for the first half of next week beyond Sunday, with temperatures back in the 50s.

Beyond that, much of next week will be quiet, but some long range model guidance suggests a system from the Gulf of Mexico lifting northward toward Christmas that could bring a chance for rain or snow near Christmas Day.

A chilly start to the weekend will see temperatures rebound nicely throughout the course of Saturday.

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