A quick-moving storm system may bring the first snowflakes of the season to interior Southern New England on Wednesday. The storm will combine with cold air rushing in behind it to bring chilly rain to, at least, Southeastern New England on Wednesday. It’s possible that enough cold air will get involved at higher elevations to allow for the rain to mix with or change to snow in some places. The best chance of seeing snow if the storm takes a track closer to the coast is in the Berkshires. If the storm swings a little farther south, there could be some snow in parts of RI and SE MA. The temperature will likely stay above freezing in all of Southern New England, and accumulation anywhere but the grass is unlikely.
Check out some of the computer model graphics below for more on the snow potential.