From R.J. Heim:
WINTER STORM WARNING for Southern New England. Snow coming down 1 to 2" per hour at times, mixing with and/or changing to rain along the coast, before ending around sunrise Sunday. Temps will rise above freezing Sunday with sunshine. Some rain showers are possible at times next week, but the bigger story there is the potential for record high temperatures mid-week!
SATURDAY OVERNIGHT: Snow, mixing with and/or changing to rain at times along the coast overnight. Low: 30-35.
SUNDAY: Clearing, sunny, breezy, lots of melting. Total accumulations: 4-8" from Providence and points north and west, 3-5" with mixing along the I-95 corridor, a little less 1-3" along the immediate coast and islands. Highs: low-mid 40's.
SUNDAY NIGHT: Clear, seasonably cold. Low: 25-30. Slick spots on untreated surfaces where there was snow-melt during the day.
MONDAY: Hazy sun, increasing clouds, a few night rain showers. High: low-mid 40's.
TUESDAY: Morning rain shower, hazy sun, breezy, milder. Rather cloudy. High: 55-60, cooler at the coast.
WEDENSDAY: Hazy sun, even milder, breezy. Near Record High of 65, cooler at the coast. Night rain showers.
THURSDAY: Sunny, cooler, increasing clouds at night with overnight rain showers. High: mid-upper 40's.
FRIDAY: Sunny, cooler, overnight rain showers again. High: low 40's.
SATURDAY 2/24: Morning rain shower possible, mostly cloudy, breezy, milder, than some night rain showers possible. High: mid-upper 50's.
SUNDAY 2/25: Sunny, cooler. High: mid 40's.
MONDAY 2/26: Sunny, colder. High: upper 30's.
TUESDAY 2/27: Sunny, seasonable. High: low 40's.
Today's Record Temperatures