From Kelly Bates:
The weekend is largely going to be dry with a small exception for passing snow showers. We have a weak cold front that will be dropping through Southern New England this afternoon that will give us a slight chance of snow flurries/ snow showers. Although there will be no accumulation, visibility may drop in areas of snow showers. Skies will clear tonight and the cold air behind the front will be coming in tonight. Lows will drop into the teens overnight. Sunday will be sunny and colder than average. This chilly trend will continue through the week. Midweek we know a coastal storm is likely to develop off the mid-Atlantic coast. From here all bets are off as the model elements of track and intensity are not agreeing, at all. At this point, I wouldn’t put a lot of stock in any forecast before Sunday or even Monday. For now, plan for the chance of snow/ rain Wednesday night into possibly early Thursday, but definitely stay tuned for updates.
Saturday: Mostly sunny and gusty with a chance of snow showers. High: 40.
Tonight: Mainly clear. Low: 18.
Sunday: Sunny and chilly. High: 39.
Monday: Sunny. High: 40.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny. High: 40.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with a chance of wintry precipitation late. High: 40.
Thursday: Sun and clouds. High: 42.
Friday: Sunny. High: 43.
Today's Record Temperatures