Cold Temperatures Stick Around as 4th Nor'easter Approaches - NECN

Cold Temperatures Stick Around as 4th Nor'easter Approaches



    Monday Forecast: Mostly Sunny, Breezy

    Mostly sunny, breezy. Highs in the 30s. Monday night: Mostly clear, lows in the teens to near 20. Tuesday: Clouds increase, spot rain or snow shower south. Highs in the 30s.

    (Published Monday, March 19, 2018)

    Don’t write off our next nor’easter. Accumulating snow is possible by Wednesday.

    Before we get to Wednesday, it will be cold. Temperatures will stay in the 30s both today and Tuesday. High pressure will keep things quiet for the next 48 hours.

    OK, let’s get back to nor’easter number 4. It appears a track closer to the benchmark is looking a bit more likely. Accumulating snow is looking more likely for coastal southern New England. Currently, it appears the heaviest snow would fall for the Cape and the Islands.

    This forecast has been going back and forth for quite some time. At this point, be prepared for snow, but it’s too early to detail amounts and intensity.

    We might not be done after nor’easter number 4 — number 5 is looking possible late in the weekend and into early the following week. Let’s get through the fourth before we go into any detail on the fifth!

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