High temperatures yesterday reached 45 to 50, which is above the normal high in the low 40s.

Today, we will be in the middle 40s or so with rain developing this afternoon.  It's going to be too mild for anything but.

The key issue for this evening and tonight is how long and how hard does it snow.  That will make the difference between little, if any, accumulation in the far southern counties - Atlantic and Cape - to farther north, where there could be a few inches.  A one to three inch snowfall is not impossible, actually.

There's a slight chance, if we get a heavy burst of snow for a few hours, there could be a bit more than that.  We'll go for a coating to a few inches tonight before it ends around 3 or 4 in the morning.  Temps back in the 30s.

Partly to mostly sunny with 40s tomorrow.

Variable clouds and maybe an afternoon shower Friday with highs in the upper 40s and low 50s.

Colder over the weekend with maybe a snow shower on Saturday.