DRY START TO THE WEEK
The cool, dry air will continue to hold sway across the region. Temperatures climb to the mid to upper 30s, still a good 5 degrees below normal for this time of year, Tuesday afternoon.
A trof, or weak disturbance, will swing through the area Wednesday with some flurries.Cold winds across the relatively mild ocean waters will enhance the snow chance on Cape Cod. We aren't expecting a lot of snow at this time, but if any persistent snow bands can develop we might have more than just a coating on the outer Cape roads.
Temperatures will warm up by the end of the week, and moisture will flow in just in time for your weekend. Right now it looks like Saturday will be the wetter of the 2 days, though showers will linger Sunday. Stay with us for updates on any significant wind or flooding impacts as this storm takes shape and we determine its track.
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