Winter Storm Saturn will mostly be far offshore by Friday, leaving the vast majority of the country behind it as it flees the U.S. on an easterly trajectory. According to the Weather Channel, however, a final upper-level disturbance originating from the Great Lakes will pull some moisture back west into cold air, creating a final blast of snow for parts of the Northeast.
Snowfall is to be expected Thursday through Friday in southeast New England into the Hudson and Mohawk Valleys of New York, northeastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and possibly Delaware. All snow should be offshore by Friday night.
Strong winds continue to hit coastal eastern Massachusetts including Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket.
However, travel appears to be returning to normal, with NYC and Boston area airports reporting no to minor delays.