While no brutal cold exists in the northeast, some chillier air is on the way this week. Expect highs to be below average, with many staying in the 30s, through the middle of the week. Winds will shift to the north-northeast late Tuesday night. That will blow some moisture off the Atlantic toward the coast of Massachusetts.
The onshore winds will produce bands of snow along the east coast of Massachusetts. While there may be some light snow in the Boston area, the main focus will be on the south shore and Cape Ann. The persistent snow will accumulate a bit in those areas. Up to 2″ will be measured in some spots. Where will depend on the band set up, which we will have to watch develop.
The snow tapers in the afternoon Wednesday, then we will be dry the rest of the week.
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Plan on another storm late in the weekend. This one is looking strong with high winds, but warm with rain. There is plenty of time to track it, so check back often.
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