Posted by Chris Lambert
After dealing with dismal weekend after dismal weekend... this weekend, we get a much needed break. Well deserved as well.
I wouldn't call it a Top 10 weekend, but after what we've been through, we'll take it.
Morning sunshine tends to lose out to more clouds by midday and into the afternoon. A passing sprinkle or flurry is not out of the question, but much of the time is dry.
As a big ole storm to the NE of us continues to spin it's wheels, just enough instability rotates back into southern New England tonight and early tomorrow to trigger a few snow showers. North and west of Boston, a few towns may pick up a dusting, but not much more than that. In fact, any dusting of snow melts by late morning tomorrow as temps head their way up to the 40 degree mark. A passing rain or snow shower is possible in the afternoon, but again, much of the day is dry. About 30% of us pick up a rain or snow shower.
Dry weather prevails Monday and Tuesday before we turn our eyes to the south on Wed and Thur. A mid-Atlantic storm cranks up Wednesday and Thursday, but it remains to be seen how much of an impact we'll see. I'd bet on lots of clouds, an occasional rain or snow shower, and a strong east wind both days. Right now, the brunt of the storm looks to slide just south of us, but I wouldn't discount a farther north track just yet. Certainly worth watching at this point.
Enjoy the weekend! The skiing is great, and the ski weather works out for us too. More snow showers fall across northern New England through the weekend, adding to the foot of snow they received from our latest rain-maker. Temps in the afternoon average in the low to mid 30s for many resorts up north.