Scattered snow squalls will be racing through there area through about sunset. Any squall can drop heavy snow and create near whiteout conditions. The good news it only last minutes. Not every area will get in on the action.
Tonight will be clear, windy and very cold. Wind chills will be in the single digits and lower teens.
Arctic high pressure will influence our area on Friday. This will result in sunny but cold readings. Highs may remain below 30º.
A storm will develop over the Ohio Valley on Saturday and move into the Eastern Great Lakes. Normally, this would be a warm storm track with the system to the West, but Arctic high pressure will nose in from Eastern Canada and into the Northeast. The low’s warm front will be responsible for the precipitation. This will result in snow developing by Saturday afternoon. The snow will most likely change to rain along the coast during the day but inland snow or a snow/sleet mixture will continue. A secondary storm will form over Eastern New England. If this secondary storm formed farther South it would keep the cold air in place, but since it will develop later, warmer air will work in from off the Ocean.
The potential of an accumulating snow exists later in the day Saturday before the changeover. Coastal areas won’t see much of an accumulation. Above is the first guess on the potential snowfall by late Saturday evening. These amounts are not etched in stone, but rather give a general idea of where the higher totals are possible. Once again, this is NOT a classic setup for a snowstorm.
Sunday will be windy and chilly under mix of clouds and some sun.
Much colder conditions will greet us for the beginning of the week.
Keep it here for a no hype, no nonsense forecast.
A scattered snow squall through sunset otherwise clear, windy and very cold. Lows around 20 in the City, the teens inland. Wind chills in the single digits. Northwest winds at 15-30mph with gusts to 45mph.
Sunny, windy and cold. Highs in the 20s to around 30º. Northwest winds at 15-30mph with higher gusts. The winds will diminish some during the afternoon.
Thickening clouds during the morning. Snow developing by afternoon. The snow will change to rain along the coast. Inland a mix of snow, sleet and rain will continue into the evening. Highs in the 30s, lower 40s at the coast.
Clouds, some sun. Windy and chilly. Highs around 40º.
Partly sunny. Cold. Highs around freezing.
Partly sunny and cold. Highs near 30º.