While the Southeastern United States battles snow, rain and ice, New England stays cold and sunny.
A dome of high pressure continues to protect us from any major storms on Sunday, meaning most will enjoy lots of sunshine and temperatures in the 30s. Temperatures will be a bit less cold than yesterday because the wind will turn out of the west-southwest.
However, a weak disturbance will bring a few snow showers to far northern New England Sunday. Accumulations will be minimal. Those will fizzle Sunday night, leaving the entire area with mostly clear skies and lows in the teens and 20s.
Keep in mind that the Geminid meteor shower peaks this week, so keep an eye out for what many people call “shooting stars.”
Monday and Tuesday will continue the sunny and dry trend, with both days in the 20s and 30s.
A northeast wind develops on Wednesday. As still cold air blows over a relatively warm ocean some ocean effect snow showers will develop and flirt with the coastline.
After that point temperatures will climb back closer to normal late week, reaching the 30s and 40s.
Next weekend will bring temperatures in the 40s to near 50, along with a period of rain.