Here are my top ten reasons why you should turn that winter frown upside-down and rejoice that March is here.
Not only do we have more snow on the way in less than 48 hours, but temperatures following our next snow event are going to be near or below normal for the foreseeable future.
After a dusting in the morning, a system off the coast could provide some heavy snowfall overnight.
Some precipitation will likely be falling in parts of New England for almost the entire weekend, but in the end, it probably won’t add up to a whole lot.
With the cleanup still ongoing from the Blizzard of 2013, the last thing anyone wants to hear is that dirty little four letter word coming out of the meteorologists this week (S-N-O-W).
It was December 2007 when a huge storm struck late morning dumping about a foot on snow on the Boston area and grinding traffic to a halt.
There’s no business like snow business.
We are in for one heck of a ride in the next 24-48 hours, the classic New England-style roller coaster complete with warnings signs and all.
A second wave of precipitation will likely keep roads a bit hazardous piling some ice on top of the fresh snow.
Bursts of light snow will head into the region anytime after 2 p.m. and will continue as light snow. It will mix in with sleet and freezing rain later this evening into the early overnight.