Snow On The Way: Alan’s Weather Blog
High temperatures on Thursday, as predicted, were in the mid-20s. It was 25 or 26 tops just about everywhere.
This afternoon, it will probably not be much above that, maybe a degree or two. We have some snow that will be developing, but probably not until after mid-afternoon, after three or four o’clock into early this evening. Highs just in the 20s.
It is going to be a quick mover, which tells you that it is not going to be very heavy, but it will stick right away because the ground is cold. On any untreated surfaces, walkways, driveways, untreated secondary ground will get snow cover.
We think by the time it tapers off by the hours after midnight tonight with late partial clearing, as much as one or two inches seems possible. There’s maybe just the chance of a bit more along and near the coastline. Lows tonight in the teens and 20s.
Still pretty cold with a brisk wind and becoming partly sunny Saturday. Highs generally no better than the upper 20s.
We’ll make the low 30s on Sunday with sunshine.
Maybe a bit of wintry mix to start on Monday.
Then, much milder weather on Tuesday and perhaps, Wednesday of next week.