Rain continues overnight along with unseasonably mild temperatures through Tuesday. Much colder air late Tuesday night into Wednesday morning will change rain over to snow.
A slow moving cold front will continue to press eastward overnight, keeping showers, fog and mild air in southern New England. Temperatures will hold steady, in the 50s, all throughout the night.
We’ll be on the warm side of the front again on Tuesday. It will almost feel spring-like. Temperatures will be around 60F despite lots of clouds and rain. The heavier rain will tend to fill back in by Tuesday afternoon and evening as the cold front pushes off-shore.
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Temperatures will start to drop as the cold air moves in, lingering rain will mix with and change to snow late Tuesday night (after midnight) and Wednesday morning.
We’re could see some snow accumulations, especially away from the coast. Timing-wise, this could mean some slow and slick travel for the Wednesday AM commute with improving conditions in the afternoon and evening. The potential is there for 1-3 inches of snow by Wednesday morning. Please check back for updates.