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Some Light Snow Expected Sunday Night Into Monday Morning Across Western & Central Mass

For The Rest Of Today: Plenty of sunshine is expected throughout the rest of today. In spite of the sunshine, it’s going to continue to be cold and windy with wind gusts of up to 30 to 35 mph at times. High temperatures this afternoon will be between 35 and 40 Degrees with wind chill temperatures in the 20s. Tonight: An area of high pressure will be positioned over our area tonight. This means that skies this evening will be clear, however, clouds will begin to increase late tonight as our next weather maker approaches our area. Low temperatures tonight will be between 20 and 25 Degrees. Sunday: An area of low pressure will be heading eastward into the eastern Great Lakes throughout the day on Sunday. Even though conditions will be dry on Sunday, clouds will be filtering out the sun throughout the day. It will be cold on Sunday with high temperatures between 35 and 40 Degrees. Light Snow Expected Sunday Night Into Monday Morning: That low pressure system over the eastern Great Lakes region is expected to try to redevelop near the Cape on Sunday night and then head for Atlantic Canada on Monday. This storm system may have enough energy and moisture to produce some light snow throughout Sunday night and Monday morning. There are some uncertainties in the forecast, however. Right now, I’m forecasting a slow developing low pressure system that will wait to really strengthen. This means that there will not be enough time for this storm to produce any heavy snow across the area. With that said, I do have concerns that given the ocean waters off of the Mid-Atlantic and New England coast are warmer than average that we could see a storm that strengthens quickly. Should this occur, it would lead to heavier snow to occur over Central Mass with light snow still expected across Western Mass. While this is not anticipated, it is something that I’ll be watching out for, just in case. As it stands right now, light snow is expected to overspread all of Western and Central Mass between about 9 pm and midnight Sunday evening with the light snow continuing throughout the rest of the night on Sunday night. Light snow is likely to continue through Monday morning before it comes to an end during the early afternoon hours of Monday. Total snow accumulations of around one inch looks most likely across a majority of Western and Central Mass. Not a big deal by any means, but it’ll be just enough to whiten things up again. Low temperatures Sunday night will be between 25 and 30 Degrees. High temperatures Monday will be near 35 Degrees. Tuesday Through Friday: An upper level trough of low pressure will be positioned over the eastern United States throughout next week and this will lead to a colder than average temperature pattern across our area. Tuesday is expected to feature a mixture of sunshine and clouds with high temperatures between 35 and 40 Degrees. Wednesday also looks like it’ll feature a mixture of sunshine and clouds with high temperatures near 40 Degrees. A frontal boundary is likely to head across the northeastern United States late next week. This means some scattered rain showers are expected on Thursday with rain showers persisting into Friday. High temperatures Thursday will be near 40 Degrees and high temperatures Friday will be near 45 Degrees.

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