Melted snow, freezing rain Wednesday night and rain until sunrise Thursday were very quickly hit. Outside the state of Maine, where snow and blending are continuing at a few places near, the system is mostly moving away from New England.
In many cases where we had less than 2 inches of snow, it should melt with the midday sun. But no matter where in the north, where we had more than 3 inches of snow, you want to remove it before it freezes late Thursday night. Meanwhile, several hours of sunshine warm the air to nearly 50 degrees to the south. High in the 40s north.
A cold front can generate snow in the mountains on Thursday night. Otherwise, we are generally clear with temperatures falling below the freezing point during the night.
The pressure is rising for the next two days with sunshine Friday and Saturday, temperatures close to 40 degrees.
The weather map is full of active systems, and the next will be Saturday night. A brief gust of snow and melted snow in southern New England will quickly turn into rain.
Low pressure follows a moderate to heavy rain for southern New England on Sunday in northern New England, with a winter mix changing briefly to rain and ending in the north. High temperatures Sunday at about 50 degrees south in the 30s and 40s north.
This storm will worsen Sunday night, with gusts of air much colder in New England and damaging winds likely to Monday morning. On Monday, it will be a mix of sun and clouds, with a temperature in the 30s and winds up to 50mph.
The weather should calm down for Tuesday before the next system comes into play, with risks of snow or slush by Wednesday or Thursday.
It's an incredibly active trend in March, stay tuned for our first 10-day alert for the latest developments.