As the title of this post suggests the system that I had been watching over the past two days has failed to show any signs of bringing frozen precipitation to ENC. All models have trended towards the northern and southern streams not phasing. Upper troughing will push moisture with the southern stream offshore of ENC Wednesday night and early into Thursday morning with some moisture close enough to affect coastal and inland locations.
As it stands right now, forecast rainfall totals should run from about 0.10″ just east of I-95 to near 1.00″ along the coast. All of the precipitation will remain liquid as low level remain well above freezing.
High temperatures only make it to the mid to upper 40s inland on Tuesday with lows dropping into the 20s. High temperatures rise again Wednesday ahead of the next system and will fall after the frontal passage on Thursday with high temperatures on Friday dropping into the 30s with lows in the lower 20s (potentially lower). Will see nicer weather for the weekend before the next system approaches Sunday night.