The week will begin with fresh snow on the ground and Arctic air riding in on a howling northwest wind. It looks like the coldest week of the winter so far, and there is a significant storm threat early next weekend.
Chance of an early snow shower or squall, then partly sunny windy and very cold. Temperatures hover in the mid 20s through midday before falling into the 10s in the evening. Lows Tuesday in the low to mid teens, with wind chills near zero at dawn on Tuesday.
Mostly sunny, windy, bitter cold. Highs in the mid 20s, wind chills closer to 10. Mainly clear and very cold Tuesday night. Lows in the low to mid teens.
Morning sunshine, some late-day clouds. Highs in the low 30s. Light snow or flurries are possible late Wednesday night as a weak disturbance passes by. Minimal accumulation.
Chance of an early snow shower. Becoming partly sunny. Windy and very cold, with highs in the mid to upper 20s.
In the teens at dawn under sunny skies. Partly sunny in the afternoon. Watching a storm that may bring snow late at night. Highs in the low 30s.
The pattern is ripe for a strong storm to form near the Mid-Atlantic coast. It’s still uncertain how far north it will travel, but the possibility exists for heavy snow and strong winds in Southeastern New England. This could be the first Nor’easter of the winter. We’ll keep you posted as the week progresses.
Snow ends by dawn. Partly sunny, highs in the low to mid 30s.