We are tracking a cold front across the eastern Great Lakes that will approach on Tuesday with some showers. Highest chance for steadier heavier showers looks like Tuesday afternoon.
Clouds will be on the increase this evening as a warm front pushes into New England. As the night goes on, temperatures will be milder (in the 40°s) with a few light showers and sprinkles developing AFTER midnight.
TUESDAY AFTERNOON: Rain likely
TUESDAY MAP 2:00 PM
TUESDAY MAP 5:00 PM
The shower threat ends once the front moves off-shore Tuesday evening with dry weather returning Tuesday Night into Wednesday.
LOOKING AHEAD: First Flakes?
We’re watching the development of a coastal system from later Thursday Evening into early Friday Morning. There is a chance this system could bring the first flakes of the season to interior parts of southern New England by Friday AM.
THURSDAY AFTERNOON MAP: Increasing clouds but dry.
THURSDAY NIGHT MAP: 10:00 PM Rain (not snow), overspreads the area
FRIDAY MORNING MAP 12:00PM: By Friday morning and early Noon the rain is expected to end as a quick period of wet snow, especially inland areas. At this point the risk of significant snow may be confined to the hills of Worcester Mass and northern New England only. Since this is still 3-4 days out check back for updates. Drier weather with some clearing arrives later Friday afternoon and evening. Confidence is very high that sharply colder air will settle in Friday evening and into the weekend.