At a Glance
A disturbance will move into the central U.S. this weekend spreading snow and rain.
Chances of snow will extend into the Northeast early next week.
This next system is not expected to be a major winter storm, like other recent systems.
An active winter weather pattern will continue into next week, but the good news is that the next system is not expected to be a major winter storm.
The next system will push into the central U.S. by Sunday. This low pressure system will track eastward across the Midwest into the Northeast early next week.
Unlike other recent systems, this next one isn’t expected to strengthen into a major winter storm and milder conditions will result in snow being confined to areas farther north, with rain to the south.
On Monday, snow is expected in much of the Northeast, although a mix of rain and snow is likely from southeastern Maine southward to Washington D.C. and northern and central Virginia.
Portions of the interior Northeast may see moderate snowfall at times Monday. Rain is expected from southeastern New England down the mid-Atlantic coast into the Southeast.
Snow may linger in parts of New England and New York on Monday night, with a mix of rain and snow toward the Northeast coast. Lake-effect or lake-enhanced snow may develop into Tuesday.