Quiet Again...Better Enjoy it
Posted by Jeremy Reiner
Decent little burst of rain last evening & overnight where most towns had .25" to .50" of rainfall and that system is now departing (heads up--some of that leftover water on sidewalks, side streets & parking lots may briefly freeze early this morning). That system is making way for drier, cooler air to return through the day. i do have to point out the wind, it will return today, gusting to 30 mph at times this afternoon.
Tomorrow & Friday are nice winter days offering ample sunshine and much less wind than we will see today. Some great weather on tap for skiing, sledding or tubing with the kids. Get after it.
The reason being, our stormy pattern rolls on and our next storm takes aim on New England for the upcoming weekend. At this time here's what I'm thinking:
*Certainly looks like a plowable snow for much of southern New England (You want a number don't you?----OK----6-12" seems like a good starting point).
*Timeline looks like the first flakes fly around 3pm Saturday---get heavy from 6pm Saturday until 6am Sunday before tapering off around 11am Sunday.
*Coastal flooding could be a concern for the 10am high tide on Sunday morning---the tide heights will not be as high as they were during the blizzard.
More on this storm as we step closer to the weekend! Enjoy your midweek.