Beyond The Forecast
Unlike the frigid storm one year ago from January 2-3 which dumped 8-24″ of the fluffiest powder snow we ever get around here, this weekend’s system is minor indeed.
Our first winter storm of the year is moving our way. Snow, ice, rain will all move into New England tonight.
It won’t be a major storm, it isn’t a nor’easter, but just enough to make for tricky travel and a bit of a mess on Saturday night.
A cold start to the new year with a winter system moving in this weekend.
So, what’s the deal? Where’s the snow?
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The weather is changing as we approach the New Year.
We have been living a charmed life this week and after a gorgeous Saturday and the 5th day this month above 50 degrees, I am expecting a string of light showers and sprinkles amounting to a few hundredths of an inch in places Sunday from mid-morning to early afternoon from northwest to southeast.
This should easily be one of the warmest Christmas Days we’ve ever seen.