It’s going to be a pleasant start to the day before rain arrives later in the afternoon, specifically after 2pm.
The models are hinting at a few snow showers on Saturday, but now the time period that we are focusing on will be Saturday night into Sunday morning.
Happy Valentine’s Day! The snow/mix moved in quickly overnight, and it’s going to move out just as quickly this morning. The sky cover will be described as mostly sunny on this day for lovers along with high temps in the lower 40s.
Today will be a dry one with fading sunshine late in the day. Winds will be light from the west, and high temperatures will hang around the 40F mark.
The track of a storm from Wednesday night through Thursday morning is still questionable.
It’s two days after ther Blizzard of ’13, and there are still secondary roads that are snow covered and even main roads have some right lanes covered with tall snowbanks. It is going to be a slow drive into your morning destination.
We did it! We made history! Boston recorded the 5th all-time snow event since records began (24.9″). In Worcester, the Blizzard of ’13 is penciled in as the 3rd all-time snowiest event on record (28.5″). Now, let the clean-up begin!!!
Clearly this is not a storm to be taken lightly. If you have not already completed your storm preparations you should do so immediately.
A few ocean-effect snowflakes will be around this morning just to lead the way to the huge storm that will ‘bomb-out’ by this evening.
The two storms are getting ready to phase into one massive storm. This storm will be the culprit of heavy snow, potential moderate to major coastal flooding, adn tropical storm to hurricane force wind gusts~ This storm will literally ‘pack a powerful punch’!