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A Period Of Very Light Snow Is Expected Wednesday Morning Across Central Mass

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Temperatures will be near 50 Degrees. Winds will be West at 10 to 20 mph.

Tonight: Generally cloudy skies are expected tonight and an isolated passing rain or snow shower is possible this evening.

Low temperatures will be between 30 and 35 Degrees. Winds will be West at 5 to 10 mph.

Tuesday: Generally a mixture of sunshine and clouds can be expected throughout Tuesday. Some passing isolated rain showers are possible during the afternoon.

High temperatures will be near 40 Degrees. Winds will be Northwest at 5 to 10 mph.

Tuesday Night & Wednesday: An inverted trough of low pressure is still expected to set up near eastern parts of Mass Tuesday night and Wednesday with this trough possibly nudging its way into parts of Central Mass by late Tuesday night.

It looks likely that there could be enough lift from this inverted trough to produce some light snow that initially sets up across eastern Mass during Tuesday night and then tries to push westward into Central Mass just before sunrise on Wednesday morning. A few hours of light snow is then possible across Central Mass during Wednesday morning before the snow ends by early Wednesday afternoon.

It should be pointed out that not all of the weather forecast guidance are showing this period of light snow Wednesday morning and thus the uncertainty as to whether it will snow or not is high.

At this point, I definitely think that skies will be cloudy throughout Tuesday night and Wednesday across all of Western and Central Mass. In addition, some light snow looks to possibly overspread much of Central Mass by about sunrise Wednesday morning. This light snow then looks to continue through Wednesday morning before ending around midday Wednesday. Any snow accumulations across Central Mass look to be well below one inch and more than likely a light dusting.

As for Western Mass, I still think that conditions should be snow-free Tuesday night and Wednesday, but cloudy.

Low temperatures Tuesday night will be between 25 and 30 Degrees. High temperatures Wednesday will be near 35 Degrees. Winds Tuesday night will be North at 5 to 10 mph. Winds Wednesday will be North at 5 to 10 mph.

Thursday Through Saturday: Dry and quiet weather is expected from Thursday through Saturday.

Thursday will be partly sunny with high temperatures near 35 Degrees.

Friday and Saturday both look to feature a mixture of sunshine and clouds. High temperatures Friday will be between 40 and 45 Degrees. High temperatures Saturday will be near 50 Degrees.

A Windy Rain Storm Is Possible On Sunday & Sunday Night: A pretty strong frontal system is expected to push through the area during Sunday and Sunday night. Rain, which will likely be heavy at times, is expected with this front. In addition, this could bring some pretty gusty southerly winds during Sunday and Sunday night.

So, rain, which may be heavy at times, is expected throughout the day on Sunday and throughout the night on Sunday night. It also looks windy on Sunday and Sunday night with southerly winds gusting up to 30-40 mph at times. Rainfall totals on Sunday and Sunday night may amount to 1 to 2 inches across the entire area.

Temperatures during Sunday and Sunday night will be in the 50s.

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