We are on the verge of some of the coldest air of the season. An arctic front will pass through shortly knocking temps into the teens Friday morning and despite lots of sunshine tomorrow, the recovery will be limited to the middle 20s.
The very active boundary that has sent storms up the East Coast all week remains just south of New England and another storm is blowing up along it right now. The passage of the arctic front will save most of Southern New England from snow but SE Mass will get grazed by the storm as it passes by late tonight.
Cape Cod and the Islands will see the most…1-3″ with the chance for 4″ on Nantucket and the Outer Cape. From the Canal into Southern Plymouth and Bristol Counties around an inch will fall and then coatings are possible up the South Shore to about Boston. The storm will slide away first thing tomorrow morning leaving us with that ineffective sunshine.
This round of arctic air won’t stick around long as we’ll warm up into the 40s over the weekend before another arctic front plummets our temps Sunday night for the game and early next week.