Posted by Jeremy Reiner
This will be a close call---a snowstorm passing just south of New England today. We deserve this break---we've had our fair share of snow & storms the past 6 weeks. Even though shovels & plows get a break we will still see clouds from that storm and with time a cold & cranky wind. That is your Monday. Tonight, a few isolated snow showers are likely from Plymouth to Attleboro and places south of that line as the storm makes its closest pass to us. I suppose a coating is possible in some communities overnight (1-2" of snow will be likely on Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket). Wind will also be present along the coast thanks to that storm--gusting from the northeast between 20-30mph.
The reason this particular storm misses us to the south is cold high pressure block still up in Canada. The trade-off of this non-storm is the continuation our chilly pattern for much of the week. Daytime temps will stay in the mid 40s for several days with only a hint of a warm-up by late week & into the upcoming holiday weekend. In terms of storminess, a few sprinkles & rain showers possible on Thursday afternoon, otherwise a dry pattern is setting up shop here in New England.
Enjoy your Monday!