Updated Sunday Night Snow Accumulation Map

A storm moving from the Midwest to the Atlantic coast will take a southerly track sparing Southern New England from significant snow Sunday night. Cold, dry air will move into Southern New England north of the storm, and many inland areas may not receive more than a dusting of snow Sunday night.

Sunday afternoon will be mostly cloudy with scattered snow showers and flurries. Highs will be in the mid 30s. No snow accumulation is expected through the day. There is a better chance of a period of light snow Sunday night near the coast as the storm scoots out to sea. The temperature will drop through the 20s into the teens inland by dawn on Monday.

Right Weather - Snow Forecast
Right Weather – Snow Forecast

Our updated snow forecast is for an inch or less of snow in most of the area, with 1-3″ possible near the coast. The best chance of seeing more than an inch of snow is on the islands. The snow threat ends around 8 am Monday in RI and by 10 am Monday in Southeastern MA. There should be a minimal impact on the Monday morning commute. It will be very cold with some clearing during the day on Monday. Highs will only be in the low to mid 20s, and wind chills will be in the single digits to teens. There will be a 10-20 mph northerly breeze.

If anyone is wondering how a snow forecast could change so drastically in two days, it has to do with a 50-75 mile southern shift in the storm’s track. A foot of snow is possible in Southern New Jersey.


Fred Campagna

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

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