We'll round out the weekend on a dry and cool note as temperatures fall to about ten degrees below average Sunday. High pressure will give us a mostly sunny sky, allowing for just a few puffy clouds to grow from time to time.
The next chance of snow will be Sunday night to Monday morning, falling as light and scattered showers. Snow amounts will be a coating to two inches by Monday morning, so keep that in mind when getting ready to start the next work week. Another round of snow, mixed with rain showers at times, will move in Monday night to Tuesday with some heavier higher elevation accumulation of up to four inches, otherwise another coating to couple of inches by Tuesday morning.
There is a high possibility of a coastal snow storm for New England and interior New England Wednesday night to Thursday, one week prior to the beginning of Spring. The storm will likely form Tuesday/Wednesday in the Plains and Mid-Atlantic then move northeast toward us, but just how close it comes to us is still questionable. It is looking pretty likely that travel will be impacted late Wednesday into Thursday, and another appearance of your snow shovel and plows by Thursday morning. Keep those snow tires on!
-Meteorologist Steve Glazier