As we wrap up our Saturday storm, we’re watching for a more potent storm Sunday night into Monday morning.
This afternoon, we will continue to see a mix of clouds and sun with highs around freezing north, upper 20s north country and mid 30s in Southeastern Massachusetts.
Lingering snow showers taper off this evening across the eastern coastline. A weak shortwave brings in isolated snow showers and flurries across Northern and Western New England tonight.
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Sunday afternoon our highs will be near 40 degrees with some sun, but increasing clouds. Our next storm approaches in the evening and snow begins to spread in from southwest to northeast after sunset Sunday. This will be a mostly overnight event as heavy snow is expected.
The freezing line is still questionable, whether or not it will be as far north as coastal Maine or Southern New Hampshire. That line could be as far south as Southeastern Massachusetts through Rhode Island and central Connecticut.
Still trying to iron out details, but plan on a higher impact event with some school closings and delays Monday morning. The snow is brief across the southeast, changing to rain for Monday morning. Off and on snow and a mix across Boston, Providence and Hartford. All snow likely for Central and Western Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine.
Plowable accumulation through Monday morning, with lingering snow showers across Maine through Monday afternoon. We have a First Alert across all of New England for the high impact storm Monday morning.
Drier and colder air returns Tuesday through Thursday with highs in the 20s, way below normal for March. A couple systems move through Friday into Saturday, then Sunday into Monday so we have at least a chance for a wintry mix. High temps seem to increase a bit through the weekend into next week. A warmer second week of March.