After a day where temps climbed into the mid 50s…high in Boston was 55…a few wet snowflakes will be seen late tonight and early tomorrow morning. A weak disturbance is working down the New England coast with a band of precip…right now surface temps are in the 40s but by morning temps will slip into the mid and upper 30s…just cold enough to see rain showers flip to some wet snow showers. There may be some scattered accumulations on the grass, decks or cars…but roads will remain wet and not snow covered or slippery.
Friday and Saturday will be similar days with ample morning sunshine followed by building cumulus clouds for the warmest part of the day…there may be just enough instability and a little lift from a seabreeze front to kick-off a sprinkle or two.
A more impressive weather system will march from the Plains toward the Northeast over the weekend…this one is speeding up and will spread some wet weather into New England by the end of the day on Easter Sunday. Rain will become steadier Sunday night for a solid but quick soaking.