This includes portions of the New York City area, Newark, Hartford, Providence and Worcester. Be cautious if you are traveling in these areas Saturday evening as road conditions could be slick.
Washington’s Birthday: Rain likely, mainly after 1 p.m.
Plowable snow will blanket the state Saturday evening.
By the time the storm has passed, between 4 and 6 inches are expected to have fallen on Greater Boston, according to Simpson. However, the recent warmth and onshore winds will just make snow tough to accumulate most anywhere.
There’s a chance rain mixes with sleet but temperatures above freezing at the surface should preclude any traffic hazards this weekend. Overnight the rain will come back. Snow will taper off from west to east early Sunday morning between 5am and 7am.
This is going to be a quick hitting system, about 6-8 hours total. New precipitation amounts between a tenth and quarter of an inch possible. Little or no ice accumulation expected.
The snow is expected to stop falling sometime Sunday morning, and Sunday will be sunny, with a high temperature in the mid-40s.
Temperatures will quickly climb above freezing on Sunday allowing for rapid melting. There will also be some dense fog patches from the Lehigh Valley to parts of the I-95 corridor.
“It looks like about an inch, maybe 1 to 2 inches in northern Anne Arundel”. Chance of precipitation is 60 percent.
Snow accumulation, if any, would be minimal.
While it’s not almost a record-least snowy season-to-date there (last season through February 13 had only 1.4 inches), it has only picked up 27 percent of its average snowfall-to-date.