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Watching 2 Possible Winter Storms For Later Next Week & Next Weekend Across Western & Central Mass.

Partly sunny skies, but continued windy conditions are expected This Afternoon across Western and Central Mass. Temperatures this afternoon will be around 45 Degrees. Northwest winds will gust up to 30 mph at times.

Partly cloudy skies are expected Tonight with low temperatures near 25 Degrees.

A sunny to partly sunny day is expected on Friday with less wind. High temperatures Friday will be near 45 Degrees.

A frontal system will push across New England during Saturday. This means that skies on Saturday will be cloudy and there will likely be rain showers during the afternoon and evening. High temperatures Saturday will be near 45 Degrees. Sunday looks cloudy and mild with the possibility of some scattered rain showers during the afternoon. High temperatures Sunday will be between 50 and 55 Degrees. Looking ahead - There is growing evidence in the data that suggests we turn cold & potentially snowy for later next week through Christmas Week. A blocking area of high pressure may set up near Greenland, which could send some cold air southward into the northern and eastern United States. At the same time this is occurring, an active southern part of the jet stream may try to send some moisture our way and the combination of the two could lead to at least a couple of winter storm threats. The first potential winter storm threat looks to be from Wednesday afternoon to Thursday morning of next week as an area of low pressure may head up the East Coast of the United States bringing much of the area accumulating snow. I'm also watching for a second possible winter storm threat for next weekend (December 19-20) as yet another low pressure system crosses coastal New England bringing snow and possible ice to much of Western and Central Mass. I will be keeping you updated on the two possible storms in the coming days. So, keep checking back.

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