Snow burst Monday night in Southern New England

Another snow storm possible Friday-Saturday

Computer model forecast of 6-9" of snow (total includes Monday night) by Sunday in Southeastern New England -
Computer model forecast of 6-9″ of snow (total includes Monday night) by Sunday in Southeastern New England –

Don’t expect a warm-up Thursday afternoon. Once again, the high temperature will struggle to get out of the teens. There is the chance of another storm late in the workweek or early this weekend. The storm will be a relatively fast-mover coming out of the Midwest and heading for the Northeast. The track of the storm is still in question as it will be running into a lot of Arctic air entrenched in New England. Right now, the odds are fairly high (considering the event is 4-5 days from now) for another accumulating, plowable snow in Southern New England Friday and/or Saturday.

More very cold weather will arrive in the wake of the storm this weekend. In fact, the coldest weather of this cold snap may arrive late Saturday night. The early indications are that if the core of the coldest air reaches Southeastern New England, widespread sub-zero temperatures would occur. Some inland locations will not see the temperature rise above 30 degrees for the next week. In the end, it could be the coldest stretch in Southern New England in more than five years.

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Fred Campagna

President and Chief Meteorologist - Right Weather LLC AMS Certified Consulting Meteorologist #756 AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologist #126

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