Updated snow forecast Tuesday PM into Wednesday AM

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.

Updated RIght Weather snow forecast through Wednesday morning
Updated Right Weather snow forecast through Wednesday morning

Storm Timeline

Tuesday morning
Increasing clouds
Temperature: Low 20s
Wind: N 10 mph

Tuesday afternoon
Clouds thicken, snow likely by sunset
Temperature: Near 20
Wind: NNE 10-15 mph

Tuesday night
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

Fred Campagna

President and Chief Meteorologist - Right Weather LLC AMS Certified Consulting Meteorologist #756 AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologist #126

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