Winter Is Now Clicking
Posted by Jeremy Reiner
Big ol gorilla type storm that formed just southeast of New England is moving up through the Maratimes right now and is responsible for all that wind you heard last night and will feel through the day. Many towns will have gusts between 25-40mph for much of the day and that means wind chills will be stuck in the single numbers all day. That sun will be there for moral support though!
As we roll into Tuesday, much less wind is expected but less sunshine as well. A cool front will sweep into New England by late day offering some light rain & light snow in ski country. Milder ahead of these snowflakes & raindrops---actually, a decent day for taking the kids skiing or sledding. The system will throw some rain our way tomorrow night but it departs by sunrise Wednesday.
Wednesday through Friday is quiet and seasonably chilly with daytime temps in the upper 20s & low 30s with overnight lows in the teens/20s. Decent for skiing! Another snowstorm may take aim on New England this upcoming weekend. No need to fret about that on a Monday morning though.
Have a great day!