Skies are partly cloudy early on this Wednesday morning and temperatures range from the mid 30s in the Clifton area to the upper 20s further inland, winds are light.
High pressure will control our weather today giving us a partly sunny day and although cooler than yesterday temperatures will still be slightly above normal.
A frontal system approaching from the west will give us precipitation on Thursday starting out as snow but quickly changing to rain closer to the coast with little or no accumulation expected while inland areas may pick up a couple inches of snow before the changeover. A secondary low is expected to form off our coast late in the day and rapidly intensify giving inland parts of New England heavy snow.
The storm system will move into the Canadian maritimes on Friday producing windy and colder conditions along with a chance of snow showers..
High pressure will be in our area on Saturday giving a dry day with seasonably cold temperatures.
A weak cold front will give us a chance of rain or snow showers between midnight and daybreak on New Year’s Day, temperatures should moderate and it should be a rather nice holiday.
A complex weather system will give us chances of precipitation Monday and Tuesday, temperatures will be above normal with most precipitation should be in the form of rain.
TODAY – Partly sunny, high in the low 40s.
TONIGHT – Partly cloudy, low around 30.
THURSDAY – Snow developing around 9 a.m. changing to rain by noon, little or no accumulation is expected, high in the mid 40s, precipitation may change to snow before ending Thursday evening.
FRIDAY – Partly sunny and windy with a chance of snow showers, high near 40.
SATURDAY – Mostly sunny, high near 40. Chance of rain or snow showers at night.
NEW YEAR’S DAY – Partly sunny, high in the mid 40s.
MONDAY – Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain or snow, high in the low 40s.
TUESDAY – Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain, high near 50.
MARINE FORECAST: Small craft advisory in effect till 4 p.m. this afternoon for northwest winds gusting to 25 knots, seas 4-5 feet.
OUTLOOK – A gale warning was issued and will be in effect from 6 p.m on Thursday till 6 p.m. on Friday; small craft advisories expected to continue Friday night into the day on Saturday.
Have a nice day!