Sunday Soaker Brings High Winds To South Shore And CapeThis system will not contain the dynamics to trigger considerable coastal wind damage, but it will be capable of cranking up the wind primarily for the Cape resulting in isolated spotty damage.
Weekend Storm Brings Potential For Nor'Easter-Type EventIt would be easy to sort of dismiss this weekend’s storm, given it is coming on a Sunday and on the heels of a blizzard just a few days ago. But don’t sleep on this one.
Ask Eric: What Created This Colorful Show Over Boston?Many looked up and saw a strange sight in the sky over the Boston area. What causes these bright colors without any rain around?
Ask Eric: Why Does Humid Air Melt Snow Faster?
Squeeze Play!Enough dry air will remain in place Wednesday that there will be breaks of sun inland early, but clouds will be quickly filling in as the squeeze will be on between the departing ocean low and an approaching cold front. Cloudy skies with light NE winds will spell highs in Lwr-mid 60's. This front could trigger a few late showers in the far NW portions of New England late Wednesday. Most of the shower activity with this front will come Wednesday Night through early Thursday morning.
A 'Top 3' Week To Start Autumn
Humidity About To Break...Behind the warm front, warmer, steamy air with hazy breaks of sun as a dry slot shifts north for the afternoon. Highs climbing into the upper 70's and Lwr 80's south. We will have to watch for scattered showers and storms to start popping again across SNE during the afternoon and possibly form a line of stronger storms which could form and maybe even some severe weather if we get enough sun to break.
Storms To Break The Heat WaveThe Severe Storms Prediction Center issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch until 8 PM tonight for Northern Western and Central New England.
Back on Track...But Still Cool
Rain Will Change To Snow For All By Sunday Evening 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.
Weekend Storm Appearing More LikelyMost roads and pavements will remain wet so traveling will not be an issue today. These morning bands of snow are part of an Arctic front which is breaking down the unseasonal warmth from Friday. Once this front pushes off the coast, we will wait for round #2 to come up the coast. How far this front pushes off shore could help to determine the how close this next storm will track to New England.