One year ago Saturday, snow poured from the sky at a rate of 6 inches per hour at times with a grand total around 3 feet for some. This year is quiet in comparison. A big storm will stay well southeast of New England this weekend. Clouds will increase throughout the day on Saturday. But we’re not completely snow free. A smaller disturbance could bring a few snow showers or a period of light snow late Sunday into Sunday night. A coating to an inch or two is possible by Monday morning.
Overnight: Mostly clear, a big range in temperatures. Low: minus-5 to 20
Saturday: Sunny start, increasing afternoon clouds. Cool. High temperatures in the upper 20s and lower 30s.
Sunday: Partly to mostly cloudy, chance for a snow shower or a period of light snow, mainly late in the day and at night. High temperatures in the lower 30s.
Monday: Decreasing clouds, becoming mostly sunny. High temperatures in the upper 20s to around 30 degrees.
Tuesday: Sunny but colder than recent days. High temperatures will remain in the middle 20s.
Wednesday: Lots of sunshine, increasing clouds late. High temperatures around the 30 degree mark.