As an area of low-pressure approaches from the Great Lakes, snow will develop this morning and become widespread by this afternoon. The snow will become heavy at times in the late afternoon and evening hours while mixing over to sleet and rain. Most locations will turn over to rain by the late evening hours. Winds will veer from the northeast to southwest at 5 to 15 mph. Temperatures will rise into the upper 30s to lower 40s over the interior and mid to upper 40s along the coast.
The low-pressure system will track from the eastern Great Lakes to the Gulf of Maine overnight through tomorrow with lingering rain and snow showers changing over to snow showers. Winds will veer to the northwest at 10 to 20 mph with gusts over 30 mph at times. Temperatures will fall through the 40s and 30s throughout the day.
High pressure will build into the region on Monday with clear skies to scattered clouds. A snow flurry or snow squall is possible. Winds will be from the northwest at 5 to 15 mph. Temperatures on Monday will range from the mid-10s to lower 20s for lows and mid-20s to lower 30s for highs.
High pressure will be in control Tuesday through Friday with clear skies to scattered cloud cover. Temperatures on Tuesday will range from the single digits to lower 10s over the interior and mid to upper 10s along the coast for lows and upper 20s to mid-30s for highs. Temperatures on Wednesday will range from the lower to mid-10s over the interior and upper 10s to lower 20s along the coast for lows and lower to mid-30s over the interior and upper 30s to lower 40s along the coast for highs. Temperatures on Thursday will range from the single digits to mid-10s over the interior and upper 10s to lower 20s along the coast for lows and mid to upper 40s for highs. Temperatures on Friday will range from the upper 10s to mid-20s for lows and upper 40s to lower 50s for highs.