Here is what we can expect over the next 24 hours or so.
This is the perfect setup for a long-duration wind and snow machine, something we only see once every five to 10 years.
It now appears all but inevitable that we’re in for a historic Nor’easter.
There is a chance we could be in for an historic, epic, blockbuster nor’easter Monday into Tuesday.
Driving is messy as several inches of snow are expected to coat some areas of New England.
It won’t be a blockbuster storm by New England standards, but it WILL be the biggest event of the season thus far for many folks, especially north and west of Boston.
A fast-moving storm could drop up to six inches of snow in some parts of Massachusetts.
Several storms appear to be in the pipeline in the days and weeks ahead.
Widely scattered snow showers will move into southern New England this afternoon as an arctic cold front sweeps through. In fact, thundersnow has been reported in parts of NY ahead of this boundary! By the […]
We’ve been contending with a bit of snow, freezing rain and sleet across parts of southern New England this morning courtesy of a frontal boundary and wave of low pressure approaching the region. Temperatures are […]