Snow Could Be Around The Corner

Snow showers are likely in Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine.

Temperatures are returning to seasonable highs, well into the 30s in southern New England today and just above freezing in northern New England, with a few snow flurries. For most of us it is a mostly sunny Wednesday.

A warm front racing through New York will bring a little bit of snow late tonight, overnight low temperature in the 20s.

Along the Route 2 corridor of Massachusetts, and points northward, we may have a dusting to an inch of snow during the morning commute tomorrow.

The rest of the day features a mixture of sun and clouds, with a chance of a rain shower south, and snow showers likely north. High temperatures tomorrow also in the 30s to lower 40s. Clearing sky tomorrow night, windy and colder, with a low temperature in the teens to lower 20s.

Friday looks nice, with plenty of sunshine and temperatures recovering to near 40° by afternoon.

Another fast-moving front arrives Saturday with a chance of rain or snow south, and snow likely north.

It does not look like a huge impact event, but it may be damp and chilly for the Patriots game at 1 o'clock Christmas Eve Day. Snow showers are likely in Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine. High temperatures again in the 30s near 40°.

We return to dry weather and sunshine for Christmas day, with a chilly wind from the north, high temperature in the 30s south. and 20s north.

A stronger system arrives on Monday with a chance of a wintry mix developing, changing to rain south, and snow north, high temperature in the 30s.

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