The calendar may say it’s the middle of May, but winter is hanging on in parts of New England this week. A late-season nor’easter brought snow to portions of the region early this week. Hardest hit were the Green Mountains of Vermont. The town of Rochester, VT recorded 5.5 inches of snowfall by Tuesday morning, while Greensboro, VT measured 4.0 inches of snow. As the low pulls further to the northeast, some light snow is expected over northern Maine early Wednesday morning, but only minor accumulations are expected there.
Beyond this system, no snow is expected in New England in the foreseeable future. However, the weather pattern is expected to remain active with multiple chances of rain over the next couple of weeks.