A Nor'Easter will take shape off the coast this weekend, but it will mostly miss off towards the east. For us that means mostly cloudy skies all day, with a few rain and snow showers too. The best chance of seeing snow showers will be in the mountains (where there could be some minor accumulation), as well as in eastern Vermont and New Hampshire. Highs stay in the 40s. Minor accumulation of snowfall may occur in New Hampshire and areas closer to the CT River Valley Saturday night.
Sunday begins cloudy, but sun will develop during the afternoon. There could still be a stray snow shower, especially in the high terrain. Highs will be even chillier- only in the 30s to near 40! Coupled with a north wind 15-30 miles per hour with higher gusts, much of the day will feel like the 20s!
Partly cloudy and still chilly on Monday- highs in the upper 30s to mid 40s. By mid-week a few showers will return, along with milder air. Highs return to near 50 degrees. Tuesday and Wednesday should feature isolated showers, with a better bet at showers Thursday. It appears we will clear out Friday.
-Meteorologist Steve Glazier