Early next week a large rain event will spread from the Midwest and Southeast into the Northeast. But what you may not have known is that the same rain event will bring some of the frozen, fluffy stuff to Maine. Although not much is currently expected, the snow has the potential to cause some trouble on roadways (including I-95), from Monday evening on into early Wednesday.
Now back to the rainy side of this storm system. Early on in the week the rain that will move in has the possibility to include some thunderstorms and areas of heavy rain, this threat exists from Maine nearly all the way down the Eastern Seaboard outside of the Northeast.
In this case both the ECMWF computer model and the GFS computer model are agreeing that there will be a large rain (and some snow) event in the Northeast early on this week.
We’ll keep you updated as more information comes out, but enjoy the above average temperatures tomorrow!