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Morning Snow Update

  Snow will taper off from west to east across southern New England between 11:00 AM-1:00 PM, except a little later than that across coastal areas of MA, and not until late afternoon/early evening across outer Cape Cod. Accumulations will … Continue reading

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Recap On Yesterday’s Snow

An enhanced band of moisture that developed on the backside of the low yesterday coincided with temperatures that had cooled sufficiently at all levels to change precipitation back to snow where mixing had occurred earlier, and produce a band of moderate … Continue reading

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Forecast Buster

I was feeling pretty good about yesterday’s forecast for today overall, until this enhanced band of snow got going this afternoon after we went back over to snow from mixed precipitation.  This will end up pushing a number of locations that … Continue reading

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Noon Update

Temperatures across Long Island have dropped back below freezing as of noon.  Notice the temperature difference between Providence (31 degrees) and Westerly (31 degrees), Rhode Island, Groton (30 degrees), CT and Meriden & Hartford, CT and Pawtucket, RI which are … Continue reading

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Changeover Timetable

As of 7 AM, sleet was being reported in White Plains, NY and rain across much of Long Island.  Between now and 8:30 A.M. the snow will change to mixed precipitation across much of the CT shoreline.  By 11 A.M. the snow will … Continue reading

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The Latest On The Snow And Mess

The forecast track of tonight and Monday’s system has trended a bit further north in the past 24 hours.  As a result, I believe that a lot of the snowfall forecasts I am seeing for this next system are too … Continue reading

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Update On The Storm

Nothing has significantly changed regarding the Sunday night/Monday event since my post yesterday.  It still looks like the developing low pressure area will pass out just south & east of New England Monday, threatening much of our region with a … Continue reading

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More Snow?

Yep.  Looks like.  The interesting historic storm/historic bust event that we are still cleaning up from was the sentry sent by Mother Nature to put us on notice that the pattern had changed from the quiet and cold we had … Continue reading

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A Touch More Snow, Then Bitter Cold!

Low pressure sliding in from the west will freshen up our snow cover tonight into Friday.  There will be periods of light snow and flurries and some spots might even get a moderate burst of snow for a short time.  … Continue reading

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You Can Never Be Too Safe

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