Our quiet, cold weekend rolls on.
There have been some mountain snow showers, but much of New England has been quiet on this Saturday. Temperatures started out cold in the single digits and teens. It dropped to a very cold -11° early Saturday morning in Berlin, New Hampshire. Sub-zero temperatures were also record in the Northeast Kingdom on Vermont and in the crown of Maine.
Sunday won’t be quiet as cold and there won’t be as much wind. Temperatures will reach the mid to upper 30s in central and southern New England with upper 20s to low 30s in Northern New England.
Monday and Tuesday will also be quiet and chilly with similar temperatures. Once again, a few mountain snow showers will be possible. Ocean effect snow showers will also be possible Wednesday we a reinforcing shot of cold air and a north wind. At this point, it doesn’t appear that we will see any accumulations across the Cape and Islands.
Thursday temperatures continue to warm with low 40s. By Friday high temperatures could reach the mid and upper 40s in central and southern New England.
The weekend looks even warmer, but it looks stormier. With an inland track, this system will likely bring rain to the region and not snow. There is still plenty of time to watch this storm and we can’t rule out at least some snow. Stay tuned!