Tuesday was brisk and cold with building clouds and a few afternoon flurries. Wednesday and Thursday are not looking much different, except that there is a better chance of snow showers in Southeastern New England. It will be partly to mostly cloudy and cold Tuesday night. The low temperature will be in the mid to upper teen inland, and near 20 in the cities and at the coast.
Wednesday will feature mostly cloudy skies with snow showers or light snow possible from late morning through the afternoon. The snow should not be a big deal, and accumulations should be a coating or less. Highs will only be near 30 on Wednesday.
Skies will clear Wednesday night, and it looks very cold with lows in the low to mid teens. Look for clouds to thicken again on Thursday, with snow showers possible in the afternoon. The latest information suggests a better chance of a coating to an inch of snow on Thursday afternoon. Highs will struggle to reach 32° on Thursday, and the temperature will drop into the teens Thursday night.
Cold and dry weather is in the forecast for Friday into the weekend. Friday will be quite cold, with highs in the 20s and a northwest breeze. It will be clear and cold Friday night. Lows will be in the tens to low 20s. Saturday will become partly to mostly cloudy. A few snow showers or flurries are possible. Highs will be in the low 30s.
Snow or mixed precipitation is possible on Sunday. It does not look particularly heavy, but could be enough for a minor accumulation. Highs will be in the upper 20s to low 30s on Sunday.