"High pressure settles briefly on Monday, bringing mostly sunny skies and light winds. The next major storm system is on the way for Monday evening into Tuesday, and could bring the next round of major snowfall. Model guidance currently suggests that the center of the storm will track inland towards northern New England as opposed to up the coast. This increases the likelihood that precipitation will change to rain midway through the storm. This changeover looks to be happening Tuesday night into Wednesday. Prior to that, the Adirondacks, Green Mountains, White Mountains, and western Maine could see 1-4” of new snow. Southern New Hampshire could get some heavier snowfall and be in the 4-6” range. A mix of rain and sleet will continue into the overnight hours into Wednesday before changing back to snow on Wednesday morning. By the time this system passes, storm totals cold reach the 6-10” range for resorts in northern New England."