Cold Stretch Of Weather Ahead

No bitter or record-breaking cold but still…..some cold air to be had these past two days and tonight is likely our coldest night since last March!

Those will be the temps around 7am Friday morning. Brrrrr. Thankfully–no wind! We had wind again today but that wind fades away overnight and tomorrow, despite the early morning cold–wind is not a factor….which means no wind chill factor. Layer up!

Our attention will then turn to some patchy light snow and flurries tomorrow evening from another ocean storm. This storm is weak and too far away for snow plows and travel disruption but i do think a light accumulation is likely tomorrow evening. Here is where I think we have some snow on Friday evening–from 5pm until 11pm..

and like this mornings storm, the best chance of picking up an inch of snow will be on the Cape & the Islands:

#FestiveSnow. The weekend is cold and dry–temps both days in the low 30s with overnight lows in the 20s. No big storms in sight for the next 4-5 days–important for Holiday Travel, and Shopping.

~JR