A COASTAL FLOOD ADVISORY has been issued from 6 to 9pm this evening for the Narragansett Bay shoreline. The combination of strong southwest winds pushing water up the Bay, and a high Spring tide, will likely cause minor coastal flooding in a few spots. Additionally, any flooding could be worsened if heavy rainfall produces fresh water runoff at the time of high tide. And there is a chance of t-storms this evening, although most storms will most likely hold off until after the Flood Advisory has expired.
Forecast... Another breezy and muggy day with a few showers possible and highs in the mid 70s. As the cold front gets closer tonight and tomorrow, we will see steadier showers especially tomorrow and even the chance of a thunderstorm. It will be cooler tomorrow with highs in the 60s.
Right now the start of the holiday weekend looks very cool and unsettled. Both Saturday and Sunday expect highs near 60°, with rain likely both days!
Monday, Memorial Day, will be much better with sunshine and highs near 70°.
Temperatures by the middle of next week will be well into the 70s with plenty of sunshine.
Kevin Coskren, ABC6 StormTracker WeatherTeam