The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from meteorologist Steve Caporizzo:

We are still in that weather rut….but at least today was much better than the past 2 days. It was mild today, with temperatures reaching 45-50. Now we have one more small storm that has to get through here on Friday.

Latest Surface Maps

We are in between storms right now-so not too bad.

A weak storm over the Great Lakes tracks over us tomorrow with some rain/wet snow showers (mostly snow above 1,000ft)….after this moves by-Finally-High Pressure comes in and some drier air for the weekend, and not that cold.

The system that brought all the wet weather is passing us by. Behind it, we will experience mostly dry weather, but we will stay cloudy throughout the course of the day.


A Weak storm passes over us tomorrow-it may reform near the coast to enhance a bit more snow for the higher spots in New England.

This finally moves by Friday night and then drier air works in for Saturday-and Sunday is looking good.

TONIGHT: M.Cloudy-Showers dev by AM….mixed in the hill towns.

FRIDAY: Cloudy-Rain showers-possibly mixed in the Valleys….above 1,000ft-wet snow showers….minor accumulations.

Updated Snowfall Map 11pm

No major changes, but it is looking a bit more likely, a small coastal storm developing along the South Coast on New England, may enhance the snow a bit in the Berkshires/Southern Green Mtns…esp elevations over 1500ft.

To the west….the precip looks lighter and really not much along the Hudson Valley.

7 and 10 Day Forecast

A weak storm gives us a mix of rain and snow showers Friday-then finally a decent stretch of weather and still not that cold for this time of year.

There does not look like any big storms….though a shot of briefly colder air may arrive later Wednesday into Friday.