From Mark Searles:
Although we still could see a snow shower or some flurries in spots tonight, most of the night will be generally partly to mostly cloudy. Temps in the lower 20s overnight so watch for some icy spots underfoot. Snow showers will return to the area Thursday ahead of an arctic cold front. Not expecting these snow showers to amount to much but we certainly could see as much as a coating to 2" in isolated spots once again. Temps will rise near 30 Thursday morning then fall into the 20s during the afternoon as this front comes through. The wind will also be an issue Thursday, gusting from the west around 20-25mph, wind chills likely in the single digits.
Friday looks quiet & cold...low pressure will rapidly develop over the ocean to our east early Saturday. This MAY bring an area of snow to southern New England in the morning, right now it seems like far eastern Mass (Cape & Islands) stand the best chance of seeing some Saturday snow. Otherwise this developing storm will help pull in the coldest air of the season for Saturday night into Sunday. Still looks likely that many of us will see temps dip below 0 Sunday morning, likely only rebounding in the teens in the afternoon but wind chills will likely be as low as -15 to -25 at times as a gusty northerly wind howls!
TONIGHT: Partly to mostly cloudy, isolated snow shower. LOW: 20-25
THURSDAY: Chance of snow showers, gusty and colder. HIGH: 30
FRIDAY: Partly sunny. HIGH: 24
SATURDAY: Partly sunny, chance of snow toward eastern Mass in the morning. HIGH: 19
SUNDAY: Mostly sunny, gusty & bitterly cold. HIGH: 14 chills -15/-25
MONDAY: Increasing clouds. HIGH: 29
TUESDAY: Chance of rain/snow showers. HIGH: 44
WEDNESDAY: Chance of rain. HIGH: 50
Today's Record Temperatures