Expect a southerly wind flow today, resulting in mild temperatures across southern New England. Clouds will persist throughout the afternoon with occasional breaks of sunshine to slightly increase temperatures, although the low sun angle will limit the extent of the increase. On the other hand, northern New England will experience cooler temperatures, with snow in the higher elevations and northernmost Maine, along with a few showers. Highs will reach the 50s in the south, 40s in the north, and 30s in northern Maine.
During the night, low pressure will move off the mid-Atlantic coastline, resulting in increasing and thickening clouds as it tracks northward. Rain showers will be present along the south coast by daybreak, with the possibility of patchy fog and black ice in some northern areas. Lows will range from the 40s in the south to the 30s in the north.
Rain will develop as low pressure forms south of New England, accompanied by increased winds from the northeast, leading to a raw feel with highs in the mid to upper 40s in the south. Cold air will support snow in the higher terrain of northern New England on Sunday. The rain/snow line will be monitored as low pressure moves off the eastern New England coastline, potentially affecting Maine and northern Massachusetts.
Precipitation is expected to diminish early Monday, with central and northern New England having the best chance for accumulating snow. Conditions will improve across southern New England on Monday, while high pressure builds in on Tuesday and Wednesday, bringing drier and cooler temperatures. The next precipitation is forecasted for late in the workweek, featuring rain in the south and snow in the north in the exclusive 10-Day Forecast.