Pesky little storm passing south of the Cape overnight produced some patchy light snow/flurries–enough to throw down an 1″ of snow in some towns (Mashpee). Elsewhere it was much ado about nothing….yet again. I think that is about to change.
Today and again tomorrow offer seasonal temps, light winds & intervals of sunshine—not too shabby for winter. By Saturday our next storm is already knocking at the doorstep. A couple of things that jump off the weather maps re: this storm:
* No arctic air in place—-this means rain/snow lines are in play and widespread heavy snow is not likely.
* Fast moving storm—looks like a 12 hour storm—arriving 11am Saturday & out by midnight.
* The track of the storm is still wobbly in the models—I think we’ll lock a track in later today. Once that happens then snow maps can get created & tweeted (as well as critiqued by the people).
*Some travel disruption is likely with this storm Saturday evening but as of now I would not cancel date night, broventures or ladies night just yet.
In any event, the storm is long gone for Sunday as High Pressure & sunshine make a return…no arctic air either so temps bounce nicely into the upper 30s—great for XC skiing or sledding!