The Nor’easter will reach Cape Cod and the Islands around midday on Wednesday in the form of rain.
Another storm in the forecast has tree crews gearing up for more work, just as they’re wrapping up from Hurricane Sandy.
The peak of the storm will be overnight Wednesday into Thursday morning.
The latest thoughts are that the rainfall will tally up to 1-2 inches (isolated amounts of 3 inches) from Wednesday evening to Thursday night.
It’s a tranquil start to your work and school week. Today will be partly sunny with a raindrop or two possible for the Cape and Nantucket. It’s going to be chilly with highs in the middle 40s.
After the beating from Sandy and clouded subsequent days, it was nice to see a greater amount of sunshine today as temperatures reached the lower 50s in many areas.
Another storm will be making a run at New England Wednesday, according to WBZ-TV meteorologist Joe Joyce.
There is likely to be some sort of storm off our coastline by the middle of next week. How close it comes and what its track and strength will be remains to be seen.
So you may have heard… meteorologists up and down the East Coast are all on heightened alert this week. What has all of our attention? A little storm currently located about 325 miles South of Jamaica.
Remember those warm, dry and sunny March days we had? And remember wondering if we were going to pay for it at some point? Well, it is payback time.