Skies will be cloudy this morning followed by peeks of sun this afternoon. Highs will be around 40.
Rochester, New Hampshire had the highest snow totals as of Monday morning.
Though our “storm” is now well out to sea, an upper disturbance is crossing through southern New England tonight, which is allowing the snowfall to blossom a bit from Worcester to Boston to the South Shore.
If you are aching to get out and shovel, you can get started now, but there may be another inch or two by the time it all ends later.
Northern Worcester County hit the jackpot for accumulation from this storm, with over 5l inches of new snow.
Good news this morning: no more forecast changes! After a day of forecast “adjustment” on Friday, we are back on track and believe that we finally have a good handle on this weekend’s snow.
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.
Snow-weary Boston businesses are bracing for a third consecutive weekend of losing money because of mother nature. Restaurants in the city are particularly hard hit.
This storm will be very different from the last two, mainly because it will be a warmer storm.