Posted by Jeremy Reiner
Alright, I guess we can still have powerhouse snowstorms in Boston--it's been 2 years since we had a snowstorm like this. In fact, the 21.8" of snow (as of 9am) puts this storm into the top 10---number 6 to be exact. here is a sampling of other storm:
Just like that it, this storm pushes our seasonal snow totals up near normal---and beyond for Worcester. The storm was also responsible for some incredible wind gusts. Check these out:
Fall River 63mph
Not bad for a storm named after a fish. #Nemo. Moving forward we see this storm slowly pull away during the afternoon taking the final snow band & strong, gusty winds with it. Cold though, as wind chills stay pinned down into the teens for much of the afternoon.
By Sunday, cabin fever will be in full force & the good news is you'll have a great winter day to bust out of those cabins. Brilliant sunshine & no wind for the entire day with afternoon temps in the 30s. An epic day for skiing, sledding or just playing in the backyard with the kiddos.
Monday it's back to work & school and also back to inclement weather as another storm moves in--relax----a weaker storm that starts as some light snow but actually ends as some light rain/freezing drizzle Monday evening. Sunshine is set to return Tuesday.