A Winter Storm Watch is in place north and west of 495, which will most likely be upgraded to a warning later today.
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.
Skies will be cloudy this morning followed by peeks of sun this afternoon. Highs will be around 40.
What looked like such a slam dunk forecast a few days ago has become an absolute head scratcher. Honestly, this storm could end up being a bust.
It’s a definite that today will be a pleasant winter day with sunshine, lighter winds, and highs flirting with 40F.
This storm will be very different from the last two, mainly because it will be a warmer storm.
What we know is that a coastal storm will be hitting New England. What we don’t know is how far north the rain-snow line will set-up on Saturday night.
All is quiet yet very cold in the weather department today. Partly sunny skies will prevail with blustery conditions that will make it feel even colder than the actual reading on your thermometer.
This pattern looks as though it will continue for at least one more week as we are eyeing what might be yet another plowable snowfall this weekend.
It was a nice day yesterday as highs temperatures reached the middle to upper 40s. Today will be the end result of the passage of a cold front. Cold air is working in as we speak.