RI Weather Today, Sunday, December 1, 2019

By Jack Donnelly, meteorologist

A cold morning low in the upper teens with some high clouds around will yield to warmer moist air dragged in by generally light but occasionally gusty easterly winds off the Atlantic, fuel for snow beginning in the early afternoon that will eventually mix with and change to rain from 6 pm on. Rain will continue through the night and change back to snow for Monday morning as the low pressure center moves east and cold northwesterly winds take over.

We are looking at 2-4 inches of snow on the wet side before the changeover, nothing to sneeze at, but not terribly bad. There’ll be plenty of this stuff over the next 3+ months to look forward too.