If current computer model trends are correct, snow lovers may have to wait until December for the first widespread accumulating snow in all of Southeastern New England. The system moving from Texas to the Mid-Atlantic is now forecast to come in two waves with some light snow moving through Southern New England Tuesday afternoon, and the second, stronger wave staying well to the south of Southern New England as it develops in the Atlantic Ocean late Tuesday night.
This is a one-day model trend, and it is still possible that the original forecast for accumulating snow in Southern New England pans out. The forecast for the rest of the week after Wednesday has not changed. It still looks dry and chilly into next weekend.