BACK TO SEASONABLE TODAY
It's feeling like winter again with highs near normal in 35-40 range today. High clouds will build in from the west during the afternoon, making for a dim end to the day. Snow holds off until after dark.
FRESH BLANKET OF SNOW TONIGHT
A storm will pass to our south and bring snow late Saturday night into early Sunday morning. It will be a pretty fast moving system. Most accumulation will occur 10 PM Saturday through 6 AM Sunday. The good news is, it's a "while you're sleeping" storm so impacts to your weekend plans should be minimal. Still, you'll want to plan ahead for some Sunday morning snow clean up.
The best chance for heavy snow will be along and south of the Mass Pike (current forecast is 4-6" there) where a WINTER STORM WARNING has been issued. It looks like 2-4" across northern MA and southern NH, so a WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY will be in effect for these towns. Stick with us as we fine-tune the details and snow bands. There's a good chance snowfall rates will hit 1-2" snow/hour for a period overnight.
FEBRUARY VACATION WEEK WARM-UP
Temperatures are still expected to warm to the 60s Tuesday and Wednesday and challenge record highs! A few rain showers may move through Monday evening and again later in the week with our next cold front. Cooler, but not cold, weather will return Thurs-Fri.
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