Each model now shows significant snowfall impacting southern New England, with the heart of the storm occurring from Friday evening through early Saturday morning.
Some light snow has fallen overnight creating slick neighborhood streets, sidewalks, and parking lots. Please drive and walk carefully.
There will be no hype here, just the plain old facts as we see them right now, about 72 hours ahead of any sort of storm on Friday.
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High pressure is parked off the coast today providing abundant sunshine, sparkling blue skies and a very pleasant fall feel. Light winds from the SE will keep it slightly cooler at the coast this afternoon as most areas will climb to 60-65. A beautiful seasonal airmass for this time of year.
With this morning’s low lifting north and east of the region, we will dry out as mentioned with North winds wrapping in around the departing low. However thanks to abundant cloud cover temperatures will struggle to reach 60 degrees in most locations with the “Hot Spot” being far southeastern MA where proximity to a warm front will allow temperatures to reach a balmy 65-67 degrees.
Friday’s clouds and seabreeze at the coast kept much of eastern MA in the upper 80′s to near 90, but will help prevent that official heat wave for many areas. Yet still, there are places […]
Near record warmth is likely today with a big upper level ridge along the east coast providing sunshine with highs climbing into the 60′s nearing 70.
Winds this morning are out of the SE. SW flow aloft is ejecting quite a moisture plume up the east coast keeping abundant cloud cover ahead of an approaching cold front. The heaviest precipitation has pushed offshore but lingering drizzle and fog in saturated airmass remains making for a very dismal day so far. Showers will try to redevelop moving from SW to NE right around midday as the front begins to push off the coast. Showers will linger into the early afternoon, then winds will shift to the SW behind the front. The drying and warming trend will develop this afternoon
Precipitation will start just before dawn on Friday and will be falling into marginally cold air near the ground making for an interesting forecast for Friday morning’s commute.