Thursday night & Friday: Our next batch of snow will approach from the west. It will start in eastern New York before spreading across Vermont and New Hampshire. It'll be a light, fluffy snow but it will accumulate. Snow will continue for much of the night and the first half of Friday. Commute snarls will be our biggest issue; it'll likely be snowing for everyone during Friday morning's drive. Snow will linger through the afternoon, especially the more east you go. Here's what we're thinking for totals. Valleys: 2-4" -- Border towns: 4-6" -- Mountains: 6-8".
Weekend: Saturday and Sunday will be mainly dry outside of a few flurries. The bigger weather story will be the cold. Lows Saturday morning will be below 0 everywhere with afternoon highs in the single digits. Sunday will be a pinch "less cold"; highs will be near 16° after lows near 0°.
Early next week we're monitoring the potential of another storm riding along the New England coast. It may provide a chance for snow; we'll be watching.
-Meteorologist Sean Parker