Today: Mix of sun and clouds early, then increasing clouds and flurries. Highs: 31-37. Winds: Light N.
Tonight: Cloudy with scattered flurries. Lows: 20-26. Winds: Light N.
Tomorrow: Mostly cloudy, a few lingering flurries. Highs: 34-40.
No major weather issues are expected this weekend as high pressure will be nearby. A weak wave of low pressure will form south of Long Island by tomorrow, though, so some “mood” snow in the form of scattered flurries is expected.
Today, expect a mix of sun and clouds giving way to just cloudy skies as the flow turns off the ocean. Flurries will be in the area this evening, overnight and tomorrow. High temperatures today will be in the middle 30s. Overnight, skies will be cloudy with the scattered flurry activity continuing. No accumulations are expected in the Pioneer Valley, though points east on the coastline could see a few inches. Tomorrow is simply moslty cloudy with a few lingering flurries. Temperatures will be in the upper 30s.
A look into the medium range shows an abundance of cloud cover and a big storm. Monday is mostly cloudy, while Tuesday is cloudy. Freezing drizzle is possible on Tuesday, so that potential needs monitoring. A potent storm rides north into the Great Lakes on Christmas Eve, which puts New England on the warm side of the storm, by a long ways. Heavy rain and gusty winds are expected. Power outages are possible with the strong winds. The weather drys out for Christmas Day, though it will still be windy with the storm lurking to the north.
First Warning Meteorologist Tyler Jankoski
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