A potent ocean storm is currently east of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina and is
moving northeastward. Meanwhile, an Arctic cold front is currently settling
southward across southern New England, bringing a surge of colder air on the heels
of a freshening north-northeast wind. The final piece of this complex puzzle is an
Alberta Clipper diving into the Great Lakes, which will carve out an upper-level
Low pressure center that will help bring some of the offshore moisture back into
New England. Add in some ocean enhancement and you have the recipe for a
widespread plow-able snowfall across most of the region, with a blizzard.
The heaviest of the snowfall will occur mid-morning through late afternoon,
gradually tapering off this evening.
Your Towns Forecast Sunset - 5:07PM
Snow, falling heavily at times. Northeasterly winds at 15
to 25mph, gusting to 45mph causing considerable blowing and
drifting and near zero visibility. Expect 8 to 12 inches
Periods of snow tapering off as snow showers.
Mostly cloudy skies with a little light snow or snow
showers, giving up to 1 inch of accumulation.
Plenty of clouds with a snow shower around during the
The 3-Day Forecast
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