MOSTLY QUIET WORK WEEK
Wednesday we'll be a tad milder (some lower 40s) as a southwest breeze moves in ahead of a weak front. The front will pass through with thicker clouds, but very dry air will keep the potential for any rain or snow very low locally. Thursday we're back to the 20s, but bright for most of the day.
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Thursday night to Friday's snow looks light to moderate with a change to rain Friday morning/midday. The Friday morning commute would be impacted by slippery roads. Snow totals will not be much, a coating to an inch or two, with some of the higher elevations getting 3 fluffy inches. The timing, however, makes any snow that falls a problem. The afternoon commute time will be dry.
There are also indications that a second storm will develop and bring us more snow, ice, and rain Saturday night to Sunday. Although precipitation looks heavier with this storm, it is still uncertain where a rain/snow line would form and the placement of the most intense snowfall. This one could also bring damaging winds and coastal impacts our way. Please be sure to check back for the latest information throughout the week. It sure looks like a huge snowstorm for the ski areas in northern New England for the middle of MLK weekend.
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