A band of showers ahead of an approaching cold front will bring a shower to parts of the region this evening. After the front passes, most of the night will be partly cloudy and breezy, with lows between 28-35 degrees. There may be some flurries/snow showers in the Berkshires later tonight. Tuesday will be dry with a mix of sun & clouds. It will remain breezy with highs in the low-mid 40′s. Clouds will begin to increase Tuesday night with lows mostly in the low-mid 20′s. We may see some sun Wednesday morning,
however cloudiness will increase and thicken during the day and snow will arrive in the afternoon. Highs will be 36-42. Low pressure will be in the Great Lakes Wednesday night with a weaker, secondary low developing just south of New England. As milder air works in aloft, the snow will change to sleet, freezing rain, and rain Wednesday night, after accumulating to 2″-3″. The secondary low to our south and high pressure to our north will tend to keep cold air locked in at the surface. I believe the precipitation will tend to lighten up during Wednesday night after changing state. There will also be some lingering areas of light snow and/or rain Thursday as the remnants of the original low drift by.