Low pressure is consolidating south of Cape Cod, as it develops it will stall off the New England coast. Waves of rain, some heavy, will spin in off the Atlantic Ocean, Wwnds will be gusty especially along the coast and some splashover is expected at high tide. The storm will slowly lift north through the Gulf of Maine tomorrow and then over Nova Scotia on Friday. At that point rain will begin to taper to showers on Friday and the drying process will begin. Rainfall amounts during this span will end up between 2-4" with locally higher amounts. Flooding is a concern on streams, creeks and rivers but especially on some streets due to leaf clogged storm drains.
Improvements roll in over the weekend with partly sunny skies developing on Saturday. A coldfront will approach and slide through Sunday morning with the chance of some more showers and a chilly NW breeze.
Hang in there, the weekend is in view and there will be some sun :-)