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Plowable To Possibly Significant Amounts Of Snow Is Looking Increasingly More Likely For Tuesday Across Western & Central Mass

For Tonight: Generally cloudy skies are expected tonight and there’s likely to be areas of dense fog during the after midnight hours. Low temperatures will be near 35 Degrees. Winds will be Southwest at 5 to 10 mph.

Saturday: It still looks like we will be in a very mild southwesterly wind flow throughout Saturday. This will lead to high temperatures of around 55 Degrees.

Some morning partial sunshine will give way to cloudy skies during the afternoon. In addition, a frontal system will push through the region during the late afternoon and evening hours. This front will bring with it some scattered showers during the late afternoon and evening hours of Saturday.

Winds on Saturday will be Southwest at 5 to 10 mph.

Sunday & Monday: The passage of that frontal system by Saturday evening will help to usher in some cooler temperatures for Sunday and Monday.

Skies on Sunday will be partly sunny with high temperatures near 45 Degrees. Winds will be West at 10 to 20 mph.

Monday looks partly sunny with high temperatures near 45 Degrees.

Plowable To Possibly Significant Amounts Of Snow Looks Increasingly More Likely For Tuesday: It still looks like a robust storm system will track off of the Mid-Atlantic coast by early Tuesday morning before moving near the south coast of New England and near Nantucket during the day on Tuesday. How far off of the coast of Southern New England this storm system tracks will be important in determining where the heaviest amounts of snow set up across the area.

The weather forecast guidance remains in poor agreement with each other in terms of the storm track, although, they are very slowly aligning with each other in showing a widespread snowfall of more than 6 inches across the entire area during the day on Tuesday. That said, there remains enough uncertainty in the forecast to not for me to go “all-in” on significant snow amounts from this storm – although, I’m really close to doing that.

Here Are My Latest Thoughts: Snow will overspread the entire area around sunrise Tuesday morning. The snow is then expected to continue throughout the entire day on Tuesday. In addition, periods of heavy snow look possible from about mid to late morning through the afternoon hours.

The snow will slowly come to an end during Tuesday evening.

My first stab at possible snow amounts for this storm is for snow totals to range from 3 to 6 inches across the Connecticut River Valley where there could be some shadowing of moisture off of the eastern Hilltowns to widespread snow amounts of 6 to 12 inches across the rest of Western and Central Mass. I’ll probably post my first snowfall forecast map for this storm sometime Saturday afternoon.

Temperatures during Tuesday are expected to slowly fall from the low 30s around sunrise Tuesday to near 25 Degrees by early afternoon. Temperatures then may remain around 25 Degrees throughout Tuesday afternoon.

Winds during Tuesday will be North to Northeast at 10 to 20 mph.

I am closely monitoring this storm and will have many more updates for you during this weekend. #Snow #Worcester #Springfield #WorcesterCounty #SnowRemoval #WesternMass #CentralMass #Sturbridge #MASnow #Winterstorm #PropertyManagement

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