Leftovers Are Done
Posted by Chris Lambert
Completely finish the leftover Thanksgiving dinner yet? Well, whether you're food is gone or not, our leftover Thanksgiving sunshine fades away not long after sunrise tomorrow, foreshadowing a few flakes that will arrive.
It won't be a whopper by any stretch, but perhaps enough of a flurry to get you in the Holiday mood. I expect some light snow and flurries to break out after 10:00 AM tomorrow, and be on and off into the afternoon. There may be a batch of steadier light snow in interior Plymouth County and the northern 2/3rds of Bristol County that drops a coating to an 1" of snow, but don't expect a big storm. Along the Plymouth County coast, Cape and Islands, the air is too mild to support all snow, so well get some rain drops to mix in as well.
Sorry snow lovers, that's all I got! With temps running in the mid to upper 30s, a little salt and sand on the road should do the trick to keep roads ice free, although, after sunset, there will likely be a few slick spots as temps slide back under the freezing mark.
One thing we'll have to watch for tomorrow evening is as this storm streghtens well offshore, it could linger some snow across SE Mass, allowing for additional light accumulations and slippery spots.
Behind this system, we're colder than average though the end of the week, but could indeed near 50 by the second half of the weekend.