From Zack Green:
Some quick flurries early (between 7-9am) but then skies begin to clear moving into the afternoon hours. However, temperatures will not warm much. Afternoon highs will only be in the mid 30s. We stay dry overnight but then a potent system moves in for Tuesday. Southern New England will see mainly rain come the afternoon, but some wet flakes are going to be possible. Not expecting anymore snow accumulation and that rain should wipe away most of the snow from the weekend.
On the backside of this system, we're in for a big change. Come Wednesday, temperatures will start off in the teens and low 20s. By the afternoon, Rhode Island and southeastern MA will only see the low 30s. Winds will also be picking up making it feel like the 20s all day long. Another quick system possible for the end of the week. We'll have more on that in the days to come.
Monday: Clearing by the afternoon. High: 39
Tuesday: Cold early on. Rain moves in for the afternoon. Relatively warmer. High: 46
Wednesday: Cold. Gusty. High: 32
Thursday: Mostly sunny. Teens in the morning. High: 35
Friday: Increasing clouds. Chance of late day mix. High: 35
Saturday: Partly cloudy. High: 34
Sunday: Partly cloudy. Warmer. High: 47
Today's Record Temperatures