WATCH: Tracking Spotty Flurries & Drizzle

By: Shiri Spear



Patchy light snow will develop today.  Although snow accumulation will be minor (only a patchy coating), it only takes a dusting to make for slippery roads.  Dry safely.

Temperatures will be slow to warm.  We'll see a transition from flurries to drizzle from south to north this afternoon.  Freezing drizzle or a light mix remain a threat through mid-afternoon, and possibly the evening commute, north of the Mass Pike.

We'll have a huge range in afternoon temperatures across southern New England.  Southeastern Mass will reach the upper 30s.  But Boston will be cooler in the low or mid 30s.  And it will be even chillier in central and northern MA and southern NH, staying near freezing.


Plan on 30s when you wake up tomorrow morning.  A short-lived warm up will carry us into the upper 40s.  It will run mostly cloudy and mostly dry.  I can't rule out a spot showers late Tuesday as a cold front passes through.  There isn't very much moisture attached to that front, so many towns will stay dry.  Where there is a spritz, expect only trace rain.


It will turn blustery and colder midweek.  Expect seasonably highs around 40 degrees Wednesday.  NW gusts could be as high as 40 mph.


Dry weather will rule most of the week.  The next significant system is currently timed for SATURDAY as rain with highs in the 50s.  We will have to monitor for some ice or mix when it gets started Friday night.

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