A strong cold front continues to exit New England Wednesday, replaced by high pressure and sunshine increasing locally. Cold, yet dry weather will warm in the coming days. A dry forecast through Friday will allow for rivers to slowly recede below their banks and below flood stage.
More rain showers this weekend shouldn't renew flooding threats or concerns as the showers will remain scattered and much lighter than Tuesday's downpours. More rain showers return again Tuesday, but don't appear to be too heavy either.
In the meantime you'll have to crank on the heat the next couple of nights as temperatures bottom out in the 10s Thursday morning, 10s and 20s Friday morning. Meanwhile it will be cold during the day, merely 30s Wednesday. Thanks to April sun we'll jump into the 50s Thursday and through next week, a few locales near 60.
-Meteorologist Steve Glazier