Drying Out and Staying Dry Most of This Week

Winds ease as temperatures increase Sunday. After waking up to some snow Saturday morning, the snow will melt quickly Sunday in central and southern New England.

In the upslope-favored locations in northern New England, the epic snow season continues with another foot or more recorded in the Greens. Readsboro, Vermont, close to the Massachusetts state line, still has a staggering 39-inch base!

Again, Sunday will warm well into the 50s with a lot of sunshine. Occasional wind gusts could make it feel a bit cooler. Clouds increase Sunday night. Showers are possible Monday. Snow may mix with the showers away from the coast.

Once that cold front moves through Monday, quiet weather will return during the day on Tuesday. Temperatures fall back into the 30s and 40s, which is close to average for this time of year.

Temperatures begin to moderate by Thursday as they recover into the 50s. Temperatures around 60 degrees are possible for next weekend.

It might not be as bright and beautiful as it will be this Sunday, but it certainly will be mild. Clouds will be around with a couple showers. However, we aren't expecting any appreciable precipitation between Monday night and next Saturday.

In areas that don't have snow on the ground, there will be a heightened risk for brush fires. Be mindful of your surroundings if you plan on doing any burns. Even after a weekend spent in the 60s, temperatures only pull back into the 50s the following week. Enjoy!

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