For Tonight: An area of high pressure is expected to build into the region tonight. This means that our very gusty winds will begin to decrease tonight. In addition, skies tonight will be clear and it’ll be pretty cold. Low temperatures will be between 5 and 10 Degrees. Winds will be Northwest at 10 to 20 mph with gusts to 30 mph. Saturday: A cold day is expected with sunshine to start the day. Skies will become cloudy during the afternoon and there may be a bit of light snow for a couple of hours during the mid and late afternoon. Any snow amounts Saturday afternoon will amount to a dusting to perhaps up to one inch. High temperatures will be between 20 and 25 Degrees. Winds will be Northwest at 5 to 10 mph in the morning and Southwest at 5 to 10 mph in the afternoon. Sunday: It appears that a frontal system will move through the area during the afternoon. This means that skies in the morning will be partly sunny with cloudy skies during the afternoon. In addition, some scattered snow showers are possible during the afternoon. High temperatures will be between 35 and 40 Degrees. Winds will be Southwest at 5 to 10 mph. Monday: A high pressure system will briefly control our weather on Monday with partly sunny skies expected. High temperatures will be near 35 Degrees. Plowable Amounts Of Snow Possible From Monday Night Through Tuesday Night: A storm system that’s now located along the west coast of the United States is expected to move eastward this weekend reaching the East Coast of the United States by late Monday. It appears that this storm system will track to the south of New England on Monday night before this storm system slows down in forward speed, which may prolong the amount of time it snows. There has been a lot of disinformation and rumors about this storm, including that this is going to be a huge snowstorm. At this point, to me, while it appears fairly likely that this storm will bring enough snow to plow, I don’t think that this will be a huge crippling snowstorm. I think that we’ll see snow overspread the entire area during Monday evening with the snow expected to continue throughout all of Monday night and probably all of Tuesday. It’s possible that the snow with this storm may persist into Tuesday night before ending after midnight Tuesday night. My early call in terms of snow amounts looks to be something like 6 to 10 inches of snow accumulation across the entire area. More specifically, we could see a scenario where the Connecticut River Valley ends up with something like 5 to 6 inches of snow with the Worcester Hills and the Berkshires ending up with more like 8 to 10 inches of snow. That said, there are still a lot more questions than answers as to how this storm will unfold across the region. I’ll be updating you often in the coming days on the latest with this storm. Low temperatures Monday night will be between 25 and 30 Degrees. High temperatures Tuesday will be between 30 and 35 Degrees. Low temperatures Tuesday night will be between 20 and 25 Degrees.
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For The Rest Of This Afternoon: We will be in the mild sector in-between a warm front to the north and a cold front to the west during the rest of this afternoon. This means that skies will be part
Periods Of Rain Tonight & Saturday Morning: Occasional rain is expected throughout this evening across the entire area as a warm front lifts across the region. This rain is expected to come to an end
Snow Showers & Snow Squalls Are Expected Between 11 pm & 3 am Tonight Across Western & Central Mass: A strong cold front is expected to move through Western Mass between 10-11 pm and 2 am tonight and
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