A bit of snow and colder temps in store for northern areas on the weekend. Won’t be enough snow to have touring centers reopen or call groomers back to work, but might be just enough for those who are up north and want to get in a last ski outing before putting the skis away.
The northeast will be getting rain for the latter half of the week. However, snow showers are forecast on the weekend starting Saturday evening and continuing through Sunday, and possible lingering snow showers on Monday. Best chance for any real accumulation will be the Adirondacks, Green and White Mountains, and the northern and inland parts of New Hampshire and Maine.
Total accumulation is likely to be scant- barely an inch or so in most places. But should there be enough snowfall to provide skiable conditions, the daytime temperatures for elevated areas in the north country (north of Albany) from Saturday thru Monday are looking favorable to maintaining the conditions for a day or two.