A weak disturbance swinging through the northeast will bring a light to moderate amount of snow to portions of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. Generally 1-3″ of snow will fall; however, portions of central and southern upstate New York near the border with both New Jersey and Pennsylvania could see upwards of 3-6″ of wet snow from this system. Due to this expected snow, the National Weather Service has issued some Winter Weather Advisories for parts of the northeast.
A frontal system will move into the Northeast on Sunday with some snow expected for southern New England, the interior Northeast, and the central Appalachians. Moderate snow totals between 3-4 inches are possible inland for higher elevation locations like the Berkshires and Catskills, and 1-2 inches are possible further south into central Pennsylvania. Precipitation should remain as rain closer to the coast, though some snow will likely mix in for southern New England. High temperatures will be a bit below normal for the East Coast with 30s and 40s for the Northeast and 50s in the Carolinas.
As of publication time of this article, Winter Weather Advisories for the light snow were issued in parts of New York, Maryland, and Pennsylvania.