Cold and dry. The weather words for the next two days.
After a cold and dry Sunday, we’ll have a cold and dry Sunday night with partly to mostly cloudy skies. There may be a few snow flakes here and there, especially over Southeast Massachusetts. A dusting to an inch possible over parts of Plymouth County. The East Bay of Rhode Island may see a few flurries but we’ll stay mainly dry.
Early Monday will be pretty cold, but not quite as cold as Sunday morning when we bottomed out in the teens.
The fairly quiet weather will continue through Monday actually. The morning commute will be ‘cold and dry’. The afternoon will be a bit warmer with highs in the low to mid 30s. A few snow showers are still possible over Southeast Massachusetts as cold northeast winds create ocean-effect clouds and snow flakes.
Most of the upcoming week looks dry; although some rain/snow showers are possible Friday.
We continue to monitor the possibility of a winter storm next weekend. Multiple computer models are indicating that a messy mix of rain, ice and snow are possible here in Southern New England. While it’s too early for details, it looks like late Saturday through Sunday could feature wintry weather. It looks like rain could turn to snow before ending.
There are many days to watch this and fine-tune the impacts.
-Meteorologist T.J. Del Santo