Live Blog: Saturday storm coverage

Snow is developing over Southern New England Saturday afternoon. A rapidly intensifying storm may bring blizzard conditions to Eastern MA, and will bring plowable snow to most of Southern New England. Right Weather Meteorologist Fred Campagna will have updates during the storm on this Live Blog. Feel free to ask questions in the comment section near the bottom of the page.

Fred Campagna

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

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  1. Fred, I am planning on traveling from Dighton to New Bedfod for my grandfathers 90th Bday dinner at 5:30pm with 4 wheel drive… how about 9pm drive back?? Under 45 on 195?

    Keep up the awesome work!


  2. Fred, when would you predict the strongest winds to occur in Charlestown? Any threat of damage? I’m not seeing a wind adv from nws

  3. Realistically the heavy snow isn’t far from the eastern part of RI. Is there a chance we could see the heavy snow bands set up close to Conimicut Pt in Warwick?

    1. Are you asking about the heavy snow bands that will be over Eastern MA? That is where the heaviest snow is likely. However, 6-8″ of snow in less than 12 hours means there will also be heavy snow in Warwick, just not as insane as what’s going to happen in Eastern MA.

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