Frigid today, some snow Saturday afternoon into Sunday morning followed by brutally cold and with very high winds!

Early this morning we have clear skies with temperatures ranging from around 6 degrees in Clifton to near zero in the colder areas, winds are gusting from the northwest to 25 mph bringing wind chill values down to -15 degrees.

Today will be very cold with most highs only near 20, despite sunny skies, winds will slowly diminish.

Snow will develop Saturday afternoon possibly becoming heavy at times Saturday night as a rapidly developing low pressure forms offshore, this blizzard should just miss us but give blizzard conditions to Eastern New England. Expect 2-4 inches of snow for our area. Winds will increase to near 50 mph Saturday night into Sunday morning. A high wind watch in effect.

Sunday will be brutally cold and very windy, snow should end around 9 am but blowing snow will occur all day, temperatures will fall to near 10 degrees by sunset.

On Monday we will have early morning temperatures neat zero and highs only reaching the low 20s again despite sunny conditions, winds will diminish.

Yet another storm may give us more snow late Tuesday into Wednesday.


The Forecast:

Today – Sunny and cold with diminishing winds, high near 20.

Tonight – Increasing cloudiness, low around 10.

Saturday – Snow developing in the afternoon with a high in the low 30s

Saturday night – Snow and becoming very windy, low in the low 20s.

Sunday – Snow ending by 9 am then blowing snow, becoming mostly sunny in the afternoon, wind gusts to 50 mph possible, temperatures falling to near 10 degrees by sunset.

Monday – Sunny, high in the low 20s.

Tuesday – Mostly cloudy with a chance of snow by the afternoon, high near 30.

Wednesday – Mostly cloudy with a chance of snow, high near 30.

Thursday – Mostly sunny, high in the mid 20s.


Marine Forecast – Gale warning this morning for northwest with gusts to 45 knots then diminishing, seas 6-9 feet.

Outlook – Storm watch for Saturday night into Sunday.


Have a good day.


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