Have the rain gear with you all day today as we get scattered showers off and on throughout the late afternoon. A batch of rain has moved in from the southern U.S. overnight and continues to spread across the northeast from southwest to northeast.
Northern New England will stay dry until Friday afternoon with a light wintry mix in higher elevations, but drying off late in the day. By Friday evening, the showers taper, but more rain heads in for the weekend. Highs on Friday will stay in the 40s so we will indeed see all rain across southern New England.
More rain moves in for Saturday across southern New England, while northern New England will see a mix to light snow. As a center of low pressure passes southeast and just offshore on Sunday, we switch over from rain to a mix and snow across the south Saturday night through Sunday morning.
Temperatures will be in the 40s again Saturday, then fall to the 30s Sunday as colder air wraps in from the north, northwest. Based on what we know so far, we are expecting to see minor snow accumulation around the Mass. Pike and north. A few inches of snow is possible across the mountains. Stay tuned for further snow total updates!
We dry off for Monday with highs again in the upper 30s. We keep the colder air around for mid-week and this sets us up for a wintry mix as a Tuesday night and Wednesday system moves through.
The pattern continues with a system tracking in every couple of days. So Friday into Saturday, we have another low pressure system moving in and bringing mostly rain with temps in the mid 40s again.