Posted by Jeremy Reiner
Here comes yet another storm into New England later today. This one will not feature snowflakes, only raindrops. Before those raindrops arrive (between 4-5pm) we have a decent late winter day on tap with sunshine giving way to clouds and milder temps than Monday. Most towns will easily reach the low 40s by early afternoon. Perhaps the biggest thing about today is the amount of wind---or lack of. Huge this time of year when outside for any length of time. All in all, a great day to take the kids sledding, skiing or tubing (before 4pm).
This system zips through here this evening with many towns picking up a quick .5" of rain by midnight. After midnight, skies will clear out and colder air returns. Slick spots are likely after midnight and into the early morning hours on Wednesday. Wednesday will offer more sunshine but seasonably chilly weather as well with afternoon highs in the mid 30s. More of the same for Thursday.
As we head toward the weekend, the active pattern lives up to its name with another storm taking shape in the central part of the country and eventually ends up on the east coast. You know what that means....another storm around these parts by late Saturday & Sunday. At this time, it looks like a sizeable snowstorm---enough to shovel & plow around.
Enjoy your Tuesday