Cold high pressure sits over this morning with clear skies and frigid early morning temperatures Below zero in the northern valleys, single digits in the suburbs, and teens and 20’s at the coast. Ocean effect clouds remain in place across SE MA. High pressure sits over us today providing calm conditions, but as it pulls off shore this afternoon, light east winds at the surface may begin to direct some of this low cloudiness in land. These low clouds may deposit a few flurries in spots this afternoon
Tropical Storm Irene came and went Sunday, and the Massachusetts coastline, specifically along Buzzard’s Bay and Cape Cod, was battered.
The hurricane threat has many people living along the Massachusetts coast scrambling to get out of harms way.
The I-Team has discovered that Massachusetts Maritime Academy Cadets are not provided with immersion suits while on their training voyage.
Round one( the Norlun Trough) is moving through Metrowest in a weakened state this morning. It is still providing moderate bursts of snowfall, reducing visibility down to mile at times…and enough for a general coating to 1″ of snow. Roads are mostly wet…but a slushy accumulation is gathering in spots