Patrick’s Day to be Mostly Dry and Mild in Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts
12 News meteorologist Michelle Muscatello has predicted a mostly dry and mild St.
Patrick’s Day in Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts.
Although there is a chance of a few showers later in the evening and overnight, it is not expected to be heavy enough to force people indoors.
The current temperature in the morning is around 37 degrees in Providence, with temperatures expected to reach the lower to mid-50s later in the day.
The passing sprinkle threat midday may break into some sunshine, but the mostly cloudy skies are likely to remain.
The week ahead is expected to be relatively quiet, with very mild temperatures potentially reaching the mid-50s by midweek.
However, Sunday is likely to be much chillier, with highs only reaching the upper 30s and gusty winds.
Monday marks the first day of spring, and it is expected to be milder than Sunday, with temperatures continuing to rise on Tuesday and Wednesday with dry skies.