It’s going to be a extremely busy handful of days with a mix and snow for Monday right through a tough time of the day. Accumulation is expected to be 2 inches or much less, with some slushy areas of nothing! Tuesday is dry with very busy weather approaching Wednesday evening. We predict a giant snow with principal accumulation possible and harmful winds and tidal flooding. This may lead to impassible roads overnight Wednesday into Thursday morning with canceled faculties seemingly. After that, it’s chilly heading into the weekend.
Tonight: Clouds and temps round freezing. Dry right through the overnight.
Monday: Rain/snow combine developing in the course of the morning. An inch or two of sloppy snow possible with highs in the 30s. Some slick roads are doubtless.
Tuesday: usually sunny and chilly with highs within the mid 30s.
Wednesday: a large storm feasible. Clouds and cold temps close freezing with snow moving in all over the afternoon and evening. difficult shuttle and double digit snowfall totals doubtless.
Thursday: Snow tapering early, then expanding sunshine. Highs in the higher 20s, near 30°.
Friday: mainly sunny with highs within the low to mid 30s.
Saturday: mainly sunny with highs within the upper 30s.
Sunday: solar and clouds. Highs in the low 40s. gentle snow/rain late.
Monday: a few rain/snow showers with highs within the low 40s.