The storm that gave us a little more snow than expected ranging from around 4″ in the Clifton area up to 6″ inland. The precipitation changed to plain rain after midnight in our area but the colder areas kept icy conditions longer, most of the rain has moved offshore but we still may have very light rain or drizzle the rest of the morning.. By this afternoon slow clearing will take place and temperatures will climb into the mid 40s, about 10 degrees higher than yesterday.
Don’t look for springlike weather tomorrow the first day of spring as we will struggle to reach the low 40s despite mostly sunny skies..
Even colder on Thursday and with a storm well off shore we may have some flurries.
Slow moderation in temperatures Friday through the weekend but it will still be cooler than normal for this time of year., days will have plenty of sunshine.
Watching still another storm for early next week but most models have the storm remaining south of us, of course it is too early to tell if that will happen or if we are in store for another round of snow.
The forecast: Today – Light rain ending this morning then slow clearing late in the day, high in the mid 40s.
Tonight – Partly cloudy, low around 30.
Wednesday – Mostly sunny, high in the low 40s.
Thursday – Mostly cloudy with a slight chance of flurries, highs only in the upper 30s.
Friday – Mostly sunny, high in the low 40s.
Saturday – Mostly sunny, high in the mid 40s.
Sunday – Mostly sunny, high in the upper 40s.
Monday – Partly sunny, high in the mid 40s.
Marine Forecast: Small craft advisory into this afternoon then gale warning for tonight – Today – winds becoming westerly gusting to 25 knots increasing to gusts of 35 knots tonight, seas up to 10 feet early today diminishing tonight.
Outlook – Small craft advisories likely needed Wednesday and Thursday and then lowering to below advisory levels Friday through the weekend. Potential for a more significant storm early next week.
Have a good day.! Thanks Tim for the snow reports!