If you are counting, today is the 9th consecutive day of precipitation-free conditions! The strong ridge will start to break down Wednesday night.
Today will be our 8th consecutive day of dry weather. We’ve had tranquil weather since the wintry mess on October 29-30.
We are in a quiet weather pattern after a stormy end to October, and the ‘doldrums’ are here to stay for at least the next handful of days.
A major nor’easter is about to pound southern New England with heavy rain, snow and wind.
We are forecasting the first snow of the season for many folks in southern New England.
We will start to notice a changeover between rain and snow late this afternoon and this evening.
Many of us will see our first snowflakes this season before Thursday night is complete.
Today will be a beauty with gusty WNW winds. Highs will reach the upper 50s and lower 60s.
Dare I say ‘snow’?!?! Yes, snow may be in the forecast later this week for the higher elevations north and west of the Boston. Until then, sunshine will prevail today as clouds begin to take over during the afternoon.
Rain is the name of the game! Most of us will start the day with fog, mist, and drizzle. Heavy downpours and some storms can be expected this afternoon and this evening.