The overall forecast for the Tuesday PM into Wednesday AM Southern New England snow storm has not changed. It still looks like a moderate snow storm in most of RI, MA and CT. The heaviest totals will most likely be near the coast, particularly in Bristol/Plymouth Counties in MA. We estimate most areas will receive 5-8″ of snow in RI and SE MA. The steadiest snow will occur late Tuesday night. A Winter Storm Watch is in effect for coastal Southern New England. New watches, warnings, and/or advisories will be issued by the National Weather Service Monday afternoon. Right Weather Pro members can follow the forecast changes and ask questions on the Live Blog.
Temperature: Low 20s
Wind: N 10 mph
Clouds thicken, snow likely by sunset
Temperature: Near 20
Wind: NNE 10-15 mph
Snow likely, may be heavy at times – especially near the coast.
Temperature: Falling through the teens
Wind: NNE/NNW 15-30 mph – windiest near the coast
Accumulating snow ends between 6-9 am, flurries through midday, then partly cloudy
Temperature: Teens, wind chills near zero
Wind: NW 15-25 mph