High temperatures will reach the low to mid 20s on Sunday, and the winds begin to shift from the Northwest to the Northeast.
With this wind shift we will have to watch the potential of ocean effect snow. Accumulations will be minor, but it’s possible that we could see and inch or two during the day on Monday.
Tuesday into Wednesday is our next chance for a little snow. It was looking like it could be another coast storm, but that is less likely.
A quick moving clipper will bring us some light snow. Currently, it appears possible that we could see 1-3 inches of accumulation.
It’s also possible that the snow changes to rain in southeastern Massachusetts.
This taste of winter won’t last very long. Another thaw is likely by next weekend.
High temperatures will climb into the 40s and even low 50s, so any snow we gain during the week will melt by the weekend.