After Sunny Saturday, Snow Returns for Super Bowl Sunday

After temperatures were in the 50s Saturday, a cold front arrives Saturday night and temperatures drop down to the 20s and 30s by Sunday morning

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Saturday's spring-like warmth and sunshine was a nice break from the freezing cold, but we are heading back to colder temperatures starting Sunday.

We end this mild stretch on Saturday, which has given us temperatures in the 50s. Our cold front arrives Saturday night and takes temperatures down to the 20s and 30s by Sunday morning.



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As our offshore storm brings snow into the southwest, it will stretch toward the New Hampshire and Maine border for a few hours before it retreats into the southeast.

When will it start snowing Sunday?

It begins early morning in Connecticut, western Massachusetts will likely have snow by 5 a.m., and Boston will watch the snow from 7 a.m. through late morning and early afternoon.

For the rest of the day, the snow stays south, bringing periods of moderate precipitation with some bursts into the southeast.

Tomorrow will bring some very high temperatures for this time of the season, but snow will make a comeback on Sunday.

How much snow will we get in Massachusetts?

While the Cape is watching snow through Monday morning, the rest of our region will remain dry, with mostly cloudy skies and cold temperatures. Snowfall totals are expected to remain low for most, from a coating to 2 inches inland to 2 to 3 inches in Rhode Island and 3 to 5 inches in the Cape and Islands.

Our highs will remain in the low 20s on Monday, being the coldest afternoon of our 10-day forecast yet, with a slow increase toward the end of the week that takes us back to the upper 50s tagging along some rain.

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