Puddles, puddles everywhere! Rain has been steady and heavy at times overnight. The steady rain will continue through the morning commute before tapering off to spotty drizzle this afternoon along with overcast skies. Rainfall totals will be between .50-1.0″ for the majority of the area. That being said, be careful driving this morning on roadways with poor drainage or in low spots. Highs will be as cool as the upper 30s for southwest NH to around 50F in Boston to the lower 50s for southeastern Massachusetts.
Tonight will remain cloudy with a slight chance of a shower or two, but it will be mainly dry. Then, there could b a wrap-around raindrop and/or snowflake early on Wednesday, especially for NH and Merrimack Valley/Cape Ann/North Shore. This slight chance will end by late-morning. Overall, Wednesday will be bright and breezy. Highs will be in the middle 40s.
Thursday will be partly sunny with highs in the middle 40s once again. Then, more rain will head our way on Thursday night due to a cold front. The rain will be heavy in spots on Friday morning before moving out around midday. The afternoon will be partly sunny before wrap-around moisture swings back to New England as a few rain/snow showers Friday night. Highs will be in the upper 40s early in the day before cold air dives in later in the day.
A cut-off upper level low will continue to bring us a chance of a few flurries/snow showers along with partly sunny skies on Saturday and Sunday. Highs will be much colder this weekend in the 30s.
The countdown is on—One week until Christmas…