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Some Snow Lingers; Coldest Air Mass of the Season

The hilltown's of western New England will continue to see snow with minor additional accumulations possible

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    Monday: Windy mix, sun & clouds, Snow showers diminish. High in the 30s. Wind from the northwest 20-40 mph. Tonight: Partial clearing, windy and cold, low in the 20s. Wind from northwest 15-20 mph. Tuesday: Mostly sunny, high in the 40s south, 30s north. Wind from northwest 10-20 mph. (Published Monday, Nov. 21, 2016)

    We will be starting the work week off with the coldest air mass the season so far. High temperatures will struggle to get out of the 30s at the coast and inland locations will stay at or below the freezing mark. Winds will continue to gust to 40 mph. 

    It will feel like it's in the teens and 20s for most the day. The hilltowns of western New England will continue to see snow with minor additional accumulations possible. 

    Black ice and accidents have been reported across the Boston area Monday morning.

    The sunshine will return for Tuesday and Wednesday, but remains cool with high temperatures in the low to mid 40s. Our weather turns unsettled once again for Thanksgiving and Black Friday. A mix of rain and snow was possible but it still too early to tell how much. 

    The weekend remains cool with showers of rain and snow possible and temperatures will climb into the low 40s.