Here are the details: Cloudy skies and cold temperatures will greet you on Monday morning. High pressure slides offshore as a warm front approaches from our southwest. Ahead of the front we can expect light snow to begin around midday and continue into the overnight. With warmer air streaking in at higher levels the precipitation most likely becomes a wintry mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain during the overnight. High temperatures on Monday will reach the low 30s and remain steady during the overnight hours. Winds remain on the light side. An inch or two of snow and sleet accumulation is possible.
The surface warm front moves through southern New England later on Tuesday. Precipitation changes to rain showers during the morning as temperatures rise into the low 40s for most of us. Overnight Tuesday will remain mostly cloudy and there is a chance of a few showers. Temperatures only fall into the upper 30s. Winds remain under 10 mph.
As the warm front lifts well north of us on Wednesday the sky cover remains mostly cloudy and there is a chance of a shower or two. The big story will be the milder temperatures with highs climbing into the low 50s.
A vigorous low pressures system will streak into southern Quebec during Wednesday and Wednesday night. The trailing cold front moves through here by Thursday morning and we will start to transition back to cooler temperatures. Showers will likely accompany the front Wednesday night, with a chance of the showers lingering into Thursday morning. Lows Wednesday night around 35 degrees, but highs only recover to near 40 on Thursday.
Thursday night will return to colder temperatures as lows drop back into the low 20s. Skies will generally be partly cloudy.
Partly cloudy conditions continue into Friday night. Much cooler on Friday as the highs climb to the low 30s. Overnight lows are colder yet, with lows falling all the way to 10 to 15 degrees.