There will be snow in Southern New England Sunday night into Monday, the question is will the storm be disruptive a minor nuisance? At this point, the trend is toward a minor nuisance, but there is still the potential for several inches of snow. Our current forecast map is most likely on the high side, and we will adjust it Saturday afternoon, if necessary.
The latest projections from some computer model show the main storm taking a track farther south on Monday. In that scenario, there is still some snow Sunday night, but there is not much on Monday as cold/dry air pours in from the north. The result is the steadier snow is pushed south into the Mid-Atlantic, and SNE receives just a minor accumulation, without much steady snow on Monday. We will continue to check information throughout the day, and Right Weather Pro members can follow it all on the Live Blog.
Occasional snow showers developing Sunday afternoon. Steadier snow that has a better chance of accumulating Sunday night. Chance of snow on Monday – depends on storm track. Storm ends by late Monday afternoon – at the latest. It will end by midday Monday if it tracks south.