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.
Some precipitation will likely be falling in parts of New England for almost the entire weekend, but in the end, it probably won’t add up to a whole lot.
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’!
Here’s the latest on Saturday’s storm.
Models have had a difficult time thus far nailing down a track for this one, but at this point I see two potential scenarios for Saturday.
After midnight towards daybreak I expect the rain to become most steady with the warm front directly over southern New England at the crack of dawn. Morning showers will linger through the late morning along the coast. Showers will be mainly over by afternoon. NNW winds will lock in low clouds and a cool feel especially north and NW of Boston where highs will only be in the 30′s and Lwr 40′s. South of Boston highs will climb into the mid -upper 40′s with the passage of the warm front in the afternoon.
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