What's A Little More Snow?!
Posted by Jeremy Reiner
That's correct, more snow heading this way. It's a tiny storm but many of you will see some patches of light snow & flurries by late morning as well as the afternoon. It's also a slow moving storm so we can hold onto the threat of flurries & snow showers overnight. forecasting snow amounts in these storms can be very tricky because it's like forecasting thunderstorms in the summer. We know the atmosphere can produce the thunderstorms---but knowing exactly where and how often those thunderstorms form is just not possible. the same will occur with the snow showers later today & tonight. If you check out the *special*map in our maps section you will see a snowfall forecast map for this evening & tonight. That's not intended to be treated like gospel but rather the idea of the randomness of the snowfall. For example, Lakeville may get 4" of snow by Friday morning while Wareham only receives a coating.
In any event, this storm will pull out of New England by early tomorrow morning and allow sunshine to go to work melting most if not all of the snow we get tonight. High temps tomorrow will reach the low 40s. The weekend offers similar weather---continued cold as temps stay pinned in the low to mid 40s but at least that sun will shine.
Enjoy your Thursday!