More clouds are around Sunday but with a resemblance to Saturday's highs; we're seeing temperatures in the 50s across southern New England to close the weekend.
The wind will gust up to 25 and 30 mph at times bringing the wind chills down to the 40s through the afternoon. The late afternoon welcomes scattered light showers in central and southern New England with snow staying in the far northern country.
With Monday’s frontal boundary crossing northern New England, we’ll see another chance of flurries for the mountains and out west by the evening as temperatures will begin to dip near freezing.
With moisture increasing, the chance of precipitation will also travel east into Boston late in the evening but we’ll have to see if temperatures drop enough to precipitate as snow or rain -- regardless of seeing snow, accumulation is not expected.
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Snow in the north country may accumulate over 4 inches and up to 6 by the end of Monday in localized spots. The crown of Maine would be the jackpot for higher amounts.
Otherwise, temperatures will remain in the low to mid 40s with wind chills in the 30s and 20s.
Wednesday may bring a quick low pressure system that may produce some snow over southern New England this time although with mild temperatures the day prior, the snow will be difficult to accumulate there.
The arctic air arrives midweek with temperatures that dip to the 30s Wednesday, and then slightly go up Thursday. But buckle up after that, because Friday and Saturday welcome the coldest highs ranging from the 20s down to the teens.
Overnight lows are expected to dip into the single digits with subfreezing wind chills especially in northern New England.
Far in the long range forecast we see the chance of snow across much of New England next Sunday. It's too early to pin it down but we’re keeping a close eye on it.