Overnight we will get an onshore wind, giving areas along the coast a chance for ocean-effect flurries. Isolated snow showers are possible as far north as the New Hampshire coast and as far south as Cape Cod. Light accumulation is possible by the Tuesday morning commute (a dusting to 1 inch of snowfall).
Tuesday through Wednesday we have a bigger system moving through. There will be a brief snow chance across Boston to the Hartford line, rain southeast and snow northwest for Tuesday night.
The rain/snow line collapses slightly northwest, flipping Boston to a mix, then rain to briefly before turning back to a mix then snow by the Wednesday morning drive.
About a dusting to 1 inch will be possible in Boston and Providence. Hartford may see 1-3 inches, Worcester and southern New Hampshire 2-4 inches, 3-6 inches for the Berkshires, and 6-9 inches for the Green and the White Mountains.
An arctic front quickly moves through Wednesday, triggering snow squalls in the afternoon. Temperatures plummet to lows around zero Thursday morning. Wind chill temperatures will be between -30 and -15 degrees. Thursday afternoon highs will be around 10 and wind chills below zero.
Our arctic blast doesn’t settle in for long. We "warm" a little by Friday and Saturday with sun and highs in the 20s. Sunday we near 40 degrees as another system moves in.
We will see mostly rain to start the next week, as highs will be in the low to mid-40s through the rest of