The weekend starts on a cool note, but temperatures will climb by Sunday.
Highs on Saturday reach the 20s and 30s across most of New England, with a mixture of sun and clouds. The clouds will be most numerous across the mountains.
Overnight lows will dip into the single digits and teens north, with teens and 20s in Southern New England.
Sunday brings milder air on a gusty south wind. Highs will pop into the 30s and 40s.
That breeze will be propelled by a weak disturbance rotating through the area. In addition to the wind, we’ll see mostly cloudy skies with a few spot showers or a flurry.
Snow showers will be a bit more widespread in Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine. In ski country some spots will pick up 1-3".
A cold front drops through for Monday, leaving us with 30s again, only to then watch temperatures climb up again Tuesday as our next storm nears.
That storm will be more organized. Right now it looks like it arrives late Tuesday, and continues into Wednesday.
Southern New England is still likely to see a mix of rain and snow during that time, with the odds of plowable snow much higher in Northern New England.
Behind that storm colder air will surge in. Highs may only hold in the teens to near 20 to kick off February, with single digit above and below zero lows.