Video Update: Big March Nor’easter closes in on SNE

A large and slow-moving late-winter Nor’easter will have a big impact in Southern New England for the remainder of the workweek. The impacts will be varied by location and type, ranging from heavy, wet snow to heavy rain, strong winds, and coastal flooding. Right Weather Meteorologist Fred Campagna has an update on the storm’s development and expected effects on Southern New England.

Fred Campagna

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  1. Unless dewpoints drop a bit or there is some more cold air available (maybe from the upper level low in the great lakes) then I don”t think the PVD area sees more than an 1″ or so of slush on the grass. Mid 30″s is just to warm even at night

  2. Cold air tonight will come from a combination of darkness and dynamic cooling from above. Should be more than 1″ of slush on the grass by dawn, but there’s not much that would totally surprise us in this kind of setup.

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