Our coastal low continues to slowly pull away from the region though the breezy conditions will linger tonight and tomorrow. We could see some rain and snow showers through this evening, especially in the higher elevations. A more significant storm system approaches the region mid week.
We will see the chance for a few rain or snow showers this evening as a weak upper level disturbance pushes through the region. Berkshire county and the Worcester hills have the best chance of seeing some snow showers and that could lead to a coating in those areas. Lows tonight will fall back into the upper 20s to lower 30s. As we head toward the beginning of the week it looks like it will remain dry with highs in the upper 30s and lower 40s on Monday and into the middle 40s on Tuesday. Monday is looking like another breezy day with northerly winds between 10-15 mph. Winds will begin to diminish by Monday evening.
Our next storm system moves across the country and toward New England Tuesday night. With the system moving in from the west, light snow is looking most likely for Wednesday morning. However, heavier precipitation is possible later Wednesday as a coastal low takes shape. Precipitation type and amounts depend on the track this storm takes, so it's another one to watch. Here we go again!
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