Sorry for not posting in a while. I have been really busy the past couple of months, but thought it was prudent to post the snowfall map for Monday's potential snowfall around these parts after we had such a great day today with a high temperature in the mid 60's in my backyard, with near 70 degree temperatures down in Falmouth this afternoon before a few evening rain showers north of the Pike dropping temperatures into the mid 40s which is where I think we will stay overnight. This will be a good launching pad for tomorrow with the little sun/brightening we see with highs getting back into the mid to upper 50s in SNE before a backdoor cold front will move in from NE to SW during the day, which will drop temperatures into the low 40s along the NE coast by later in the afternoon.
This all sets the stage for another packet of moisture to move into our area tomorrow night and Monday morning with sleet changing to snow north of the Pike on Monday and this snow could come down at a pretty good clip for a time during the late morning hours of Monday morning, especially in southern NH and eastern MA. For this reason, I have outlined an area where I believe 2-5" of snow will fall, despite our nearly early May high temperatures this afternoon. Once you get further into NNE, amounts will drop off and further SW the cold air will be less deep in the atmosphere, so you will likely be rain for a while before even changing to a sleety mix. You too, however, should change to a couple hours of wet snow later on Monday as well which could allow for an inch or two of accumulation even in CT and southern RI to the Cape. We will have to watch the models and satellites tomorrow, but for now this looks like a light event, but enough to be a shock to the system after people were out in shorts and t-shirts this afternoon. That is why they call March the most fickle month of the year for weather in SNE. It can be 70 one day and the next day it can snow. This month is no exception.