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January 25 – Snow chances are limited

Quiet weather rules for a few days. Expect a chilly Saturday with temps in the teens to low 20s early, and low to mid 30s in the afternoon under partly cloudy skies. A weak disturbance passing through Sunday morning could set off a few rain/snow showers around midday. It does not look like a big deal with temps in the 30s to low 40s on Sunday. Expect a dry and seasonable Monday.

The weather gets a bit more interesting in the middle of next week. A storm to our west and one to our east will likely not phase (connect) on Tuesday. That may keep it mainly or all dry through the day. The storm to our west makes a solo trip instead Tuesday night into Wednesday. Right now, it looks like a minor-moderate snow to rain event. The best chance of plowable snow before rain/mix is inland. I’ll have more on this as it develops over the weekend or early next week.

The overall theme is for next week is for cold weather in the Eastern United States. It’s centered over the Midwest where it will be absolutely frigid near Chicago. We will get a piece of that cold weather late in the workweek and into next weekend. While a storm certainly cannot be ruled out, there is nothing that really screams snow in the weather pattern in early February. It’s possible that will change in the next few days. There’s cold in place, so it definitely bears watching.

Euro model does not have much snow in Southern New England in the next two weeks

Fred Campagna

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

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