Easing Into Winter
Posted by Jeremy Reiner
Ready for some snow? Me too! It's not a blockbuster storm, rather, a storm to send you into a Currier & Ives moment or two. The storm will slide out of Pennsylvania and just south of New England today. Plan on patches of light snow & flurries later this morning and lasting through the overnight hours. As the storm makes its closest pass to us this evening there is likely to be a steadier burst of snow after 7pm & lasting up until 4am Wednesday morning. The best chance for the *burst* of snow will be from Boston to Attleboro down to New Bedford and back to Hull. The snowfall forecast map shows where the snow burst is likely to occur tonight:
For most it's a coating to an inch event but you folks in Bristol & western Plymouth counties you may need to do some shoveling and plows may be out late tonight & early tomorrow morning.
The little storm that could (and will) leaves quickly tomorrow morning allowing some sunshine to return by afternoon. Despite the afternoon sunshine, temps will struggle to reach the low 40s--another day of below normal temps. In fact, temps stay below normal for the remainder of the week with afternoon temps staying in the 30s on Friday! #Brrr