This weekend’s feeling of early spring will not last, as temperatures were forecast to drop Sunday night, ushering in a cold, wet week complete with snow, said the National Weather Service.
Sunday’s high of 54 degrees will give way to temperatures in the low 30s as a cold front moves in off the south coast, the weather service said. The cold temperatures will continue into Monday when forecasts call for a light snow across southern New England, said weather service meteorologist Matthew Belk.
Monday’s dusting of snow will be replaced by “a significant winter storm” that should bring snow to all of Southern New England late Tuesday into Wednesday, though just how much snow remained a question Sunday night, the weather service said.
“The midweek storm--there’s still too many details to sort out,” Belk said. “In general, the areas south and east of I-95 would be most at risk for a wintery mix.”
Wednesday’s weather could be just rain, though Belk said he was hesitant to make too many predictions.