From Zack Green:
Snow came down at a clip early on President's Day morning but will taper off through the day. Snow totals were initially projected to reach 5" in some spots. I no longer think that's the case. On average, 2-4" will be recorded from the Providence area and farther north. The highest amounts likely in northeastern RI. Coastal locations will range between 1-3" but that 3" mark may be tough to reach as some sleet/rain mixes in.
Any untreated surface will be slippery on Tuesday morning as overnight lows fall to the teens and low 20s. Under mostly sunny skies, afternoon highs only reach the mid 30s. A similar day occurs midweek but another system moves into the region Wednesday night. A wintry mix in the evening will turn into rain showers Thursday as temperatures return to the 50s!
President's Day: Snow with some rain mixed in at coast. 2-4" on average. High: 37
Tuesday: Tricky morning commute. Cold and bright. High: 35
Wednesday: Increasing clouds. Evening snow/rain. High: 34
Thursday: Scattered showers. Mild. High: 51
Friday: Partly cloudy. High: 44
Saturday: Mixed of sun and clouds. High: 44
Sunday: Rainy day. High: 40
Today's Record Temperatures