That's A Wrap
Posted by Jeremy Reiner
I hope I'm not about to jinx us but I think the storm that was mostly a miss yesterday & last night was likely our last threat of any significant snow until the end of the year. Yay. The storm did produce a few wet snow showers overnight but nothing that required shoveling or plowing. That storm continues its exit stage right and that is allowing the air to dry out and set us up for a partly sunny day. Clouds may be a bit more stubborn out west (495 area) but coastal cities/towns should see a good dose of sunshine. This will push temps into the upper 40s (bit cooler with those thicker clouds in the Worcester Hills).
As we roll toward midweek, another little storm drops in for a cameo beginning tomorrow afternoon and lingering through midday Thursday. The storm is small but will produce clouds as well as the risk of rain & wet snow showers Wednesday afternoon right into late Thursday morning. Temps get held in check both tomorrow & again on Thursday---mid 40s.
Who's ready for a warm-up?!?
The cold pattern takes a holiday and that will allow temps to reach near 50 for a few days starting on Friday and lasting into
early next week. In fact, on Easter Sunday & again Monday, our afternoon temps will easily reach the mid 50s. We should also stay storm-free until Monday--at that time, plan on rain showers.