We expect rain to change to snow before ending early Saturday. The timing of the change is critical, and it does not look like it will happen quickly enough for a significant snow accumulation in most of Southern New England. The best chance of seeing a couple of inches of snow is in hills of Worcester County and in the Berkshires. Southeastern New England should see between 0-1″. The change to snow will happen Friday evening in the Berkshires. It will happen in the I-95 corridor after midnight. The temperature will probably not fall below freezing from the coast to I-95 late Saturday night. We do not expect icy roads. The snow will have difficulty accumulating on a wet road with the temperature in the low to mid 30s.
Check the video for more insight and the first look accumulation map issued to our private clients last night.