Even as the storm approaches, the forecast for the midweek Nor’easter is not getting any easier for the entire Northeastern United States. The storm’s track is still somewhat in question, and that track plays a huge role in determining who will get chilly rain, and who will get some wet snow.
Right now, it looks like any accumulating snow will be confined to areas farther inland than Boston and Providence, but you may not have to travel too far to see some white stuff sticking to the grass and trees in Southern New England. Here is a brief video update highlighting some of the storm’s impacts. I will have a more in-depth update and timeline for the storm as the election results roll in this evening.