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More Snow for The Cape

snow SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WGGB) – Another snowstorm is headed for the Cape. Moisture coming out of the Gulf will slide up the coast then head out-to-sea but as it pushes northeast the northern edge of the snow will clip The Cape and Islands. Snow will fall light to moderate tonight into tomorrow morning across the Cape and  Islands with a few inches of accumulation likely.

The outter Cape, including Chatham, Harwich, Turo and  Nantucket Island will see the most with as much as 3-6″ of light fluffy snow. Amounts will drop to about 1-3″ for Hyannis to Sandwich and the cannal.

Plymouth could pick up about and inch with amounts continuing to drop off towards Boston and Providence. Of course we will likely see nothing more than some clouds.

If you don’t like the snow you can thank the big dome of cold, Canadian high pressure for keeping us dry and pushing this storm out-to-sea.

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  • weasel

    Wow look at the misspelling in the article outter vs outer; Turo vs Truro; and inch vs an inch etc.