The models are trending toward a big rainmaker for the Eastern Seaboard, with snow in the interior Northeast – well outside of Southern New England. The GFS has finally come around to the ECMWF, Canadian, and NAM. It’s the scenario we have been heavily favoring for a few days. Soaking rain for RI and SE MA. This will likely be the last Computer Model Trends update for this storm.
WPC Rain Forecast
The Bottom Line
A wet, windy, and mild storm is heading for Southern New England Tuesday night through Wednesday. The main threats are for 2-3″ of rain in the hardest hit areas, and wind gusts over 50 mph near the coast. We will continue to keep you updated on the storm potential in the next couple of days.