As we head into another weekend, the cold is a certainty but the snow not so much. Temps will be plenty cold enough for snow this weekend with highs near 30 both days but a storm will develop a little too late for Southern New England. Like so many storms that have preceded this one this Winter, all the ingredients just aren’t lining up for a direct hit…once again just a grazing. This means that Sunday afternoon, as a clipper system transfers it’s energy to a developing coastal storm, light snow and flurries will break out across the region. As the storm develops it will be sliding away from the coast but should develop just fast enough for a period of snow Sunday night that may amount to a coating to two inches in Eastern MA. Elsewhere, just some flurries and snow showers for a possible feathery dusting.
As we look ahead into next week, the pattern will stay cold in fact highs should be no better the 35 degrees through next Friday. There are also a couple of chances for snow but at the moment, once again, the ingredients aren’t lining up for a biggie.
Have a great weekend!