There will be a biting, gusty wind for most of tonight and again tomorrow night, producing wind chill values near 20 below in the northern and western burbs.
At this point, two coastal spots seem most likely to be affected – first, the seacoast of southern New Hampshire down to Cape Ann and second, the South Shore down to Cape Cod
Most of the region will end up with 3-to-5 inches with a few isolated totals at 6 inches.
By rush hour it should be snowing just about everywhere with a rain/snow mix along the immediate coastline.
Don’t be fooled, this winter is a very LONG way from being over. In fact, I believe the coldest and snowiest days are yet to come.
After this week’s cold blast lasting 2-3 days, much milder air will be returning next week. High temperatures will be 10-15 degrees above the average for the first half of January. Meantime, much of Canada is enduring frigid arctic air.
Some of our latest weather models are projecting the Saturday storm to be a bit juicier and taking a path slightly closer to the coast of Massachusetts.
Models have had a difficult time thus far nailing down a track for this one, but at this point I see two potential scenarios for Saturday.
Here’s the latest on Wednesday night-into-Thursday’s storm.
I love to see the snow gently falling on Christmas morning. It makes it extra festive and, thankfully, it will not impact travelers because it remains light.
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