The weather across New England will be relatively quiet this week, with temperatures on Tuesday and Wednesday reaching the 40s, but at the same time a storm system will be moving off the Southeast coast and will try to make a run at New England.
The track this far out is uncertain, however, we know that there are two possible scenarios. A track hugging the coast would obviously have more impact, but the storm could also pull east and go out to sea.
The latest computer guidance is leaning toward taking the storm out to sea on Friday morning but coming very close to the Cape and the Islands. If the track shifts just 50 miles closer, we could be looking at accumulating snow once again for the Cape and the Islands, and possibly Rhode Island as well.
Coastal concerns are not as intense with this storm since it is a fast mover and because we won't be dealing with astronomically high tides at the same time.
The best advice I can give you is to keep checking necn and www.necn.com for any changes in the track and strength of this possible storm.