The bulk of the system is out of here now, but more snow is headed our way from the west due to an upper level low that will continue to slide east, increasing the chance for snow over the mountains while isolated snow showers and flurries can be expected over central New England.
Additional totals for Ski Country are in the three to six inch range, while other spots can expect less than an inch.
If you don’t feel like shoveling, Mother Nature will take care of most of it for you if you live in southern New England, because temperatures are expected to rise into the 40s with breaks in the clouds Wednesday afternoon.
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By Wednesday night, lows take a dive once again, dropping into the teens and 20s, so expect some refreezing over sidewalks and untreated roads.
Some black ice is possible on Thursday morning, but most of us are in for a lovely day with lots of sun and seasonable highs. Perfect weather if you have plans for Valentine’s Day. Whether it is lunch, movies or dinner, the forecast is shaping up to be fairly dry and quiet, but breezy at times.
Friday will be mild, and highs will soar into the 40s and 50s, with showers over much of the region as a system moves in for the west, while snow will fall over northern New England, adding inches to an already snowy season for many.
Behind this cold front, a cooler weekend is in store, and so far it looks tranquil. So it will be a wonderful couple of days for winter sports!
The pattern will be quite active next week, with snow chances possible in our exclusive 10-day forecast.