Since ground temperatures have warmed a bit, some of the snow will melt as it falls.
In other words - if you're out and about on Sunday morning, you'll want to pay attention to the forecast and drive for the changing road conditions. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 24.
It was very chilly Thursday afternoon and evening across Southern New England, with wind chill values down in the 20s and lower 30s. Brief snow showers make a return to the region, as the blast of cold Canadian air continues to make it's way into the area.
Winds stay blustery out of the northwest at 10-15MPH for Sunday, but with more sunshine.
The mountains will see mostly cloudy skies today with rain and snow developing after 3 pm.
Tomorrow will be cool with a high near 60 degrees with a mix of sun and clouds.
Tonight's overnight low into Saturday morning is expected to drop into the midteens, which will be near a record.
Expect steady rain and even some thunderstorms throughout Saturday and into the evening. Locations along and east of the Clearwater River in north central Idaho, could receive 2 or more inches of rain. As temperatures rise into the 40s, any snow that is in the area will begin mixing over to rain.
Overnight there is a freeze warning until Sunday morning.
Forecast models show about an inch of snow could accumulate along the Virginia line. It will finally start feeling more like Spring as we start warming up to the upper 50s by Tuesday to upper 60s on Wednesday.