The incredible cold and snowy winter rolls on. After a 1-day break from the bitter air yesterday we are back into the arctic grip yet again today as high temps struggle to reach the low 20s. If there is anything good about this bold cold is that it will suppress a storm coming up the east coast. This storm has a history of big snows in the South the past two days with several towns in Alabama getting over 10″ of snow! For us, it’s just a glancing blow with the risk of some patchy light snow/flurries between noon & 4pm and fine tuning that further would show Cape Cod/Islands as the areas most likely to see 1-3″ of snow. For the South Shore perhaps a coating—especially along & south of Rt. 44–with just some flurries around the metro.
After this ocean storm zips away it’s all about the cold yet again. High temps tomorrow and into the weekend will continue on their below normal stretch with daytime highs in the 20s & overnight lows in the single numbers & teens. Sunday will offer our next chance of getting close to normal high temps (low 40s) with afternoon highs in the mid 30s. A great day for skiing!
Enjoy your Thursday.