From FOX 25 meteorologist Sarah Wroblewski
Mostly cloudy skies remain in place across the region Saturday evening. By Saturday night, a few snow showers may be possible with not much in the way of accumulation, but a coating could be possible north and west of Boston, especially across the higher terrain.
Otherwise Sunday will feature much of the same. Expect a good deal of clouds and near average temps with highs in the upper 30s to low 40s. With the upper level low still drifting above us, the majority of the day will feature mostly cloudy skies, but a few sunny breaks are possible. Again, there will be the chance of an isolated shower.
If you are heading north tomorrow, expect lots of snow on the ground and temps in the 30s. With this upper level weather feature, fresh powder is expected across northern New England once again. Get out and enjoy March skiing and don't forget to snap a pic and send it to email@example.com!
This unsettled pattern will linger into next week, but finally break down by midweek. Meanwhile we'll be watching an area of low pressure to develop off the Mid Atlantic coast and likely strengthen into a very large and intense ocean storm. The center of the storm looks to stay south of our area, but the northern edge may brush southern New England with a wintry mix. It's too far out to say how much, when and even where. However, the biggest impact looks to be along the coast with strong winds likely and high seas. Since the track and intensity of the storm are not set in stone, any slight shift could change the forecast significantly. I suggest you check back frequently and we'll continue to provide you the latest information.