South Shore: Rain, windy conditions up and down the coast

UPDATED  (11:07am – Thursday December 27, 2012)  - A wintry mix of snow, sleet and rain, as well as high winds, is expected to continue throughout the day today in Massachusetts.

State Police Barracks in Middleboro and Norwell report no issues overnight Wednesday into Thursday morning, while the two Major Utilities on the South Shore, Nstar and National Grid, report no major widespread outages.

Tune into 95.9 WATD FM for complete weather forecasts from Chief Meteorologist Rob Gilman during The South Shore’s Morning News on Thursday morning.

“A potent storm system developing along the Delmarva Peninsula will tracking up the eastern seaboard this morning,” according to Meteorologist Mike Redden. “A strong easterly fetch is aiding a change to rain along the coastal plain but continues as snow and sleet well inland where the colder air is more deeply entrenched.”

Our team of meteorologists say the storm will track northeast near Cape Cod later this morning, pushing the rain/snow line a bit further inland before the precipitation ends later this afternoon.

The entire forecast can be found at”We’ll get a brief break on Friday before another storm makes a run at southern New England,” according to Redden. “This next storm looks to fade offshore, but may come close enough to deliver a glancing blow to the region in the form of light snow or flurries. The coldest air of the season will arrive for early next week.”


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