If you’ve still got some leftover snow showers Friday night, they’ll be ending shortly. Skies will be partly to mostly clear by Saturday morning with temperatures in the upper teens & low to mid 20s. Highs during the afternoon will eventually get into the mid 30s. After lunch, clouds will thicken and light snow will spread southeast to northwest during the day. Snow will continue through Sunday morning. We’re not looking at big accumulation with the current track of the storm. Snow will be more isolated and spotty in northern New York & northwest Vermont, expect at most a dusting to an inch. Along and east of the Greens in the Connecticut River Valley will get 1-3″ with isolated higher amounts in the mountains. The biggest totals, 3-6″ will be in eastern & southern New Hampshire and the southern Green mountains. There will more than likely be slide offs and other crashes because of snow covered roads. Please be careful. Also, some of the bigger east coast hubs will get way more snow than us. There may be delays in and out of Boston, Hartford, New York & Philadelphia.
We keep a chance at passing snow showers Monday. Tuesday is getting more interesting. There are a few pieces of energy that are coming together that will likely give us a hit of shovelable/plowable widespread snow. It’s still too early to dig into exact amounts but 2-4″ or even 3-5″ for most of us seems pretty reasonable. Stay tuned. Wednesday & Thursday, we keep isolated snow that gradually tapers off and temperatures drop like a rock. Highs will be lucky to get into the 20s both days with lows in the single digits and teens. Feel like December yet?
-Chief Meteorologist Sean Parker.