Light showers and sprinkles around dawn have pushed off the coast. Drier air is on the move! Morning clouds are breaking giving way to increasing sunshine. I expect this erosion of cloud cover to continue […]
A damp start to Sunday with a batch of showers…Light rain and drizzle.. associated with a weak short wave pushing through which is helping to provide the initial lift for the morning hours. The cut-off low, which has taken eight days to move through the country making all kinds of weather headlines, is finally beginning to push off the coast as it rides well south of New England. Still just enough lift may be in place that we could still see a few lingering light showers and drizzle into the afternoon, especially along the coast with light onshore East winds.
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.
High pressure in place across the mid Atlantic is pulling offshore and will begin to wrap in a breezy SW wind today and start the warm up with highs climbing into the 50′s.
New England has the best chance for accumulating snowfall. Along and north of the Pike will likely be in the best snow growth regions for substantial accumulations..track dependent. If everything comes together just right… some areas could see up to 6 inches of snow or more…but let’s just rest on this for now. It has not exactly been a good winter for snow storms.
Sunday: Sunny, Breezy and Cooler. Highs in the 30′s near 40. NW 15-30 mph
Sunday Night: Mostly clear, calm winds and cold. Some clouds increase overnight. Lows in the lwr 20′s
A weak front is pushing through New England today. Temps have started in the Lwr-mid 30′s…with plenty of sunshine, breezy WNW winds, highs will climb to 40-45 south of Boston, and remain in the upper 30′s NW of the city. High clouds will be increasing from the south during the afternoon as a low tracks well south of the region.
Bright sunshine for Sunday with weak high pressure. Breezy west winds have been supplying cooler air this morning behind a departing front which moved through last night. This will make highs today a bit cooler from Saturday with temps this afternoon able to climb into the Lwr 40′s. Still very nice for this time of year with temps running about 5-8 degrees above normal
A gorgeous Saturday morning will see increasing cloudiness by afternoon. Temps have started in the 30′s and will be climbing into the mid-upper 40′s by this afternoon with a mild west wind. Weak high pressure over us this morning will give way to an approaching front for the evening hours.
So far this winter most of our snow has been light or has occurred overnight, but this next round of snow will likely be our most substantial plowable snowfall we have seen since the October Nor’easter. Still, this will be no Nor’easter. Not even close.