A weak wave of Low pressure will pass by the region early Sunday morning that may produce a brief flurry before dawn, but that should be about it. As we go through the day be prepared for a blustery and cold day as sunshine mixes with passing clouds. Highs will only be in the upper 30s, but with a westerly wind at 15-25mph and gusting to as much as 35mph it will feel like it is in the upper 20s. Those winds die down overnight and a cold night sets in with lows falling into the mid 20s but a few spots could drop to the upper teens!
Mainly sunny and dry conditions will prevail all the way into Thanksgiving with a slight moderation in temperatures that will come back to normal levels by mid-week. However, when Friday rolls around it looks like a rainy day will take hold that will last into early Saturday, but right now it looks like the storm will track right over southern New England so temperatures will be mild enough to support only rain for RI.
ABC6 Meteorologist Bill Gile, email@example.com