On Tuesday, a sharp north-easterly wind will again blow along the coast with strong splashing waves. It’s nice and quiet inside with more sun and seasonal temperatures. Highs will be in the 40s inland, with 30s in Vermont and mid-30s east and along the coast in areas with northeast winds.
The large ocean storm over the Canadian waters is dissipating, but the low combined with a northeasterly wind over milder ocean water will bring more snow showers or storms and clouds to the southeast with an ocean effect.
Scattered coverings of accumulation can be expected from now until early Wednesday.
The warm-up starts right away on Wednesday, with highs around 40 degrees and some cloud cover in southeastern Massachusetts. Ocean effect waves are also reduced.
Temperatures continue to warm up a bit, with our highs reaching 50 degrees by the end of the week.
Our next chance for rain is actually a thunderstorm across Southern California. The storm is dissipating as it heads inland across the central US, though it may bring some showers and mild times ahead through Saturday.
After that, our temperatures will slowly drop back into the 30s next week. An ocean storm will also develop early next week and may drop some snow or rain in southern New England by midweek.
However, this storm track can still change as we are so far away, so stay tuned!