An unsettled week of weather has begun with a weak storm center delivering an extended plume of moisture to New England, fed by a connection to Pacific moisture. Colliding with what little cold air is left in New England, the incoming moisture produced a fresh two to four inches of snow in northern New England Sunday night into Monday...
The first round of Thursday’s storm made for a messy morning commute, and now we wait for round two to arrive later. For much of the day Thursday, we’ll have occasional rain showers in southern New England, with a few slick spots in the Worcester Hills and western Massachusetts, where temperatures hover near freezing. Across Vermont, New Hampshire, and...
Thursday: Wintry mix to rain showers south, mixed showers north/west. Highs in the 30s, 20s north.
Overnight Thursday: Rain, icy pockets deep inland, ice north. Temperatures in the 30s, 20s north.
Friday: Rain to showers, northern ice to snow. Highs range from 50s south coast to 40s for many and 20s north.
The week will be quiet. No big storm systems on the horizon. Temperatures cool slightly going into midweek, but should rebound by the end of the week.
One last day of pleasant weather is with us Friday as clouds increase ahead of the slow-moving storm chugging across the nation’s midsection and poised to move through New England this weekend. In the interim, temperatures in the 40s Friday afternoon with very little wind will feel like a treat after the cold start earlier this week, even if...
Friday: Variable clouds. Highs in the 40s.
Overnight Friday: Spotty drizzle, freezing drizzle and flurries. Lows around 30.
Saturday: Drizzle and flurries to afternoon showers, evening and night rain. Mountain icy mix. Highs in the 40s, 30s north.
Sunday: More clouds than sun, breezy, 40s.