Yet another storm affecting us with little to no arctic air so The Song Remains The Same…..little to no accumulating snow anticipated. North & west of town are the areas most likely to see a coating-1″ this morning and Boston-south sees little if any snow. The reason is that nothing is locking in the arctic air as a storm arrives. In our snowy winters, typically Blocking High Pressure will provide ample cold air for a storm to produce heavy snow. So far this winter little to no blocking has occurred…that may change in February and March. Stay tuned.

As for today it’s a weak storm that produces pockets of wintry precipitation this morning and then some patchy light rain this afternoon. Temps are raw but safely above 32 by early to mid afternoon (along the coast those temps are already in the mid 30s!). The storm pulls out of here early to mid evening with clearing skies after midnight. What else is on the way is another chunk of arctic air so any slush you get from today should be cleared by tonight.

This new batch of arctic chill is with us tomorrow and again on Wednesday. It won’t be as bitter as last week but tomorrow is cold with morning temps in the teens and afternoon temps only reach the low to mid 20s. The good news is that sun will shine.

Good luck with your Monday!


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