More snow is on the way for SNE and all of New England to round off this week. First we have to get through today's scattered snow showers and flurries, which could amount to 1-3" in the mountains of VT, NH, and ME. Further south, just a few flurries will be spotted from town to town. This will usher in some mid wintertime type cold as tomorrow will stay in the 20's for highs. Morning temperatures will be around 10 above tomorrow and in the single digits on Friday morning ahead of a 'clipper' type system moves by our area later on Friday afternoon and evening, which will deposit a quick 1-4" across the area. The ocean may try to enhance the snowfall along the coast, east of Worcester and that may make snowfall accumulations more widespread in the 4-6" range, with 6" reserved for the North Shore and Merrimack Valley. Thats a long shot, but still possible. We will actually warm up on Saturday and heading into Sunday we really start to warm into the 40's before we get a very mild Monday with highs in the mid 50's ahead of a rainstorm that will cut to our west.