Updated Snow Forecast

The forecast remains pretty much on track from yesterday, however based on the latest sets of model guidance I am increasing forecast snow amounts a little. It looks like snow will spread across the region between 4 AM-7 AM (could be a little earlier if you're far enough west of the Hudson Valley in NY/northern NJ and could be a little later in parts of eastern MA). On Cape Cod there could briefly be some light rain at first (before the heavy snow kicks in). The snow will become moderate to heavy across the area Thursday morning. A number of places could see a foot of snow accumulate in a 6 hour period Thursday. Most of the accumulating snow should wind down by mid-afternoon. Could see

How Much Snow Thursday?

There is still a bit of icing across parts of the interior this evening with temperatures near or slightly below freezing in spots. Temperatures will tend to rise overnight as a low pressure center moving out of MI, into Canada drags a warm front up from the south & west. There will be a lingering shower or two and areas of drizzle & fog overnight. Grey, damp conditions Wednesday morning will give way to partly sunny skies by Wednesday afternoon, after the trailing cold front (now in the mid-west) passes through around midday, clearing out the low level moisture. Before the colder air gets established Wednesday night, temperatures will pop into the 50's Wednesday afternoon (sweet!). A p

A Little Dicey Tomorrow

Looks like there will be a little freezing rain across interior southern New England Tuesday morning between 6 AM-10 AM. Should warm up enough for plain rain by 9-10 AM and after, except across the northwest & northeast hills of CT and parts of western MA, where an extended period of icing could occur due to stubborn temperatures clinging to near or slightly below freezing. Too soon to comment intelligently about Thursday's situation until models come into better agreement. The NWS has issued freezing rain and winter weather advisories for much of the region (see image below). The southern New England shoreline, NYC & Long Island are likely looking at a mostly plain rain event tomorrow,

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