Showers will develop late tonight and it will be foggy ahead of heavy rain tomorrow.
Periods of rain will occur all day tomorrow, with the best chance for heavy rain occurring in the afternoon.
While the organized rain comes to an end tomorrow evening, a lingering shower is possible Friday.
Otherwise, Friday will be mostly cloudy with highs near 50. A gray but mostly dry end to the week.
The weekend will be on the cold side for the time of year.
High temperatures only be in the upper 40s Saturday and middle 40s Sunday.
Some snow is possible Saturday night as grazes southeast New England, but the threat remains low.
Sunday should be the brighter of the two days with mostly sunny skies.
Early next week looks unsettled, though temperatures rise.
Showers are in the forecast come late Monday, and steady rain should move in by Tuesday.
Dry weather returns Wednesday with a mix of sunshine and clouds.
High temperatures will be in the upper 50s on both Tuesday and Wednesday, which is seasonable for the time of year.