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.
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Clouds will continue to gradually increase and thicken through the weekend. While the coast should remain dry tomorrow, the risk inland for showers increases, especially once you get west of Worcester. The clouds and cool SE winds will keep temps in the 70′s near 80. The warm spot will be NH and ME in the Lwr 80′s. Only in the upper 60′s and Lwr 70′s where it will be raining out west.
Tracking a complex of rain and thunderstorms moving out of the Catskills. This will continue to spread clouds our way the rest of the evening. Most of the rain has waited for the evening hours…where is will be out west from 6 PM -9PM, then begin to shift east, Heaviest rain will be found after midnight. The column is loaded with moisture, so expect a few heavy downpours and maybe even some embedded thunder.
Japan has won the Women’s World Cup, stunning the United States 3-1 in a penalty shootout Sunday night after coming from behind twice in a 2-2 tie.
It’s getting mighty hot out there today! Temps on their way to 90-95 degrees with breezy WSW winds. The only sea breeze you will find today will be along the south coast keeping those beaches in the 80′s. A muggy summery evening with skies becoming partly cloudy after midnight with some patchy fog at the south coast with the increasing dewpoints.
Morning Low clouds are thinning and breaking for some increasing midday and afternoon sunshine. Low clouds linger a bit longer at the coast…especially on the Cape. West winds along with increasing hazy sun will give a warm muggy to feel to the air this afternoon with highs climbing into the 70′s and Lwr 80′s. Light winds will mean a seabreeze at the coast
A sunny and pleasant day today as dewpoints continue to drop making it feel very comfortable outside. Upper low over the maritimes wrapping in dry Canadian with building high pressure at the surface providing mainly dry pleasant conditions for the next 48 hours
Highs will climb into the Lwr 80′s with a warm humid feel. We are tracking a shortwave which will be pushing south into New England. A cold front will push through the region during the afternoon and likely fire up some scattered convection in the form of a few showers or thunderstorms. The best chance of these showers and storms will be around 2 PM-6 PM before exiting the coast tonight.
Scattered showers have been crossing through the region this morning. These will be hit or miss showers which will pretty much persist for much of the day it appears in varying intensity. Highs in the Lwr-mid 60′s