Beyond The Forecast

Dangerous Cold: Wind Chill Warning This WeekendWe’ve pretty much dissected the cold every which way this week. It’s here. It’s going to be brutal for a couple of days. And then it’s out as quickly as it came in. Don’t underestimate the power of this arctic air mass.
Freezer Door Opens For Valentine's Day WeekendYou may have a hard time remembering this winter has been an extremely mild one this weekend, as the coldest air in over a decade moves into the region for Valentine's Day.
Bursts of Snow Followed By Frigid Air This WeekendAreas of light snow have developed this morning as some upper level energy slides over southern New England; expect additional bursts of snow to come through this afternoon and early evening. Our atmosphere has a lot of instability today, so similar to summertime thunderstorms, any snow showers that develop today could get a little “feisty” so to speak.
Bundle Up! Sub-Zero Cold Coming This WeekendBy the end of this week, a piece of the “Polar Vortex” will break off and head straight for New England.
Snow Storm To Bring Blizzard Conditions To Southeast MassachusettsThe greatest concern with this event will be the blizzard conditions (powerful winds and falling/blowing snow) in southeast Massachusetts and over the Cape and Islands.
Blizzard-Nor'Easter Kicks Off Snowiest Week So Far This WinterBlizzard conditions are likely in coastal Plymouth County and over the Cape and Islands.
More Snow Hitting Monday Into TuesdayThe exact track of the storm is still uncertain, and if it comes slightly closer to us, we may still bump up snow totals from east to west. For now, here is what we think.
Tracking Trouble?The beautiful balmy days of earlier this week are gone with the wind and a new pattern has taken over as introduced by yesterday’s 4-12” of snow. The potential exists for several snowy events over the next couple of weeks.
More Snow Chances AheadOur most widespread snowstorm of the season is under the belt, and now more chances are in the pipeline. It's like that these next 2 weeks will be the 'wintriest' we've had so far in the 2015-16 season.
Several Inches Of Plowable Snow Falls Across Southern New EnglandA widespread 4-to-8 inches of snow for most of eastern Massachusetts, covering all areas inside Routes 495 and 128, including Boston and Worcester.
Significant Snow Expected For Friday Morning Rush HourWhat once looked like a small wobble and no big deal for us is now looking more and more like a significant storm.
From Spring to Snow - Friday Flakes ExpectedAfter near record temperatures and a spring-like rainstorm, snow makes a return to the forecast for Friday morning's commute.

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