The wintry mix actually marks the arrival of warmer air for Sunday. Highs during the second half of the weekend will reach the 40s, with mostly cloudy skies overhead. A spot shower is possible, but most of the day will be dry. Another batch of steadier rain arrives late Sunday night into Monday morning. Right now it looks like most places will see 0.25-0.50" during that time. Temperatures will also spike into the 50s with a gusty southerly wind. A few showers linger during the afternoon and evening, but the morning will certainly be the wettest part of the day.
Tuesday is quiet and cooler with a mix of sun and clouds and highs in the 40s.
We're still watching a coastal storm by Wednesday into early Thursday. The latest data suggests this storm will come a little closer to the coast, meaning more impacts to New England. The greatest impacts are still likely in Southern New England, but a mix of rain and snow very well may make it into Southern Vermont and New Hampshire. As usual, the exact track will be key here, so stay tuned for more updates.
Either way highs drop back into the 30s for Thanksgiving and Black Friday.
-Meteorologist Michael Page