Worst of this storm to our north Monday
SUNDAY 7:00PM Update:
Here is what to expect as we move through this latest round of wintry weather...numerous parking bans in effect, click here for the full list as well as any SCHOOL CANCELLATIONS:
From R.J. Heim:
We're getting a "one-two" punch with the latest round of Winter weather. Expect a bit of a lull for a while this evening before the next round moves in overnight through Monday. We'll get a break Tuesday before the next system comes in Wednesday. That one is expected right now to bring mixed precip. After that, we're dry and seasonably cold through Friday. The upcoming weekend looks sunny and milder.
SUNDAY EVENING: Snow inland, rain along the coast tapers to a freezing drizzle inland. After midnight, winds pick up, colder air gets drawn in with the intensifying storm system east of Cape Cod. Bands of snow as that happens are expected to bring a couple more inches through sunrise. Low: 30-35.
MONDAY: Morning bands of snow driven by a strong NNW wind 20-40 mph with gusts to 60 mph, followed by clearing, sunshine midday first in Rhode Island, although the snow bands may persist into the afternoon towards the Cape. Total accumulations from Sunday evening through Monday afternoon generally 3-7" away from the coast, 8-12" towards Worcester and Boston, 1-3" towards the Cape and Islands. High: mid 30's.
MONDAY NIGHT: Clear, gusty, cold. Low: 19-24.
TUESDAY: Sun, clouds, breezy in the morning. Increasing clouds at night. High: mid 30's.
WEDNESDAY: Cloudy, snow/rain mix. High: 38
THURSDAY: Sun, clouds, gusty, cold. High: mid 30's.
FRIDAY: Sunny. High: mid-upper 30's.
SATURDAY: Sunny, seasonable. High: near 40.
SUNDAY: Hazy sun, increasing clouds, milder. High: mid-upper 40's.
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