Synopsis:

Surface low moves into the area by Monday afternoon bringing precipitation from the Great Lakes all the way down the east coast. The system is out of the area by Tuesday morning but remains in the Northeast for the next few days bringing snow to upstate New York, New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, and Quebec. Currently, there is a shortwave ridge over the area. Upper level trough with strong cyclonic vorticity in the area by early Tuesday morning. The vorticity shifts southwards but the trough remains through Wednesday night. Height falls, rising motion, and strong Q-vector convergence allow for the precipitation early this week. About 1 inch of rain in expected. Temperatures in the lower 50s for Monday, but drop  into the lower 30s and 40s for the rest of the week.

Monday

Cloudy then rain showers, possibly heavy at times

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Tuesday

Partly cloudy

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Tuesday Night

Mostly cloudy

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Wednesday

Mostly Sunny

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