Friday Forecast- Back to Winter
Back to winter for New England after an eventful weather week. You can find wind reports from yesterday here and damage reports here.
This morning temperatures are cold, but not bitter.
They will not moderate too much during the day. Here are the 1 PM temperatures
The reason for the small jump is a stationary boundary draped through northern New England. High pressure is in control in the Central US but this boundary is keeping the bitter Arctic cold out. There will be some gusty winds today but nothing like yesterday.
Also there was a light snow shower last night around 930. Another snow squall is possible today. These will pop up at various times during the day. Here is the 1 PM simulated radar. Note that the Cape and Islands can see some rain this afternoon.
That mess offshore is low pressure exploding as it moves away. Finally I'm not seeing great snow chances for Sunday. Sure we could get an inch but except for coastal SE New England I can't see much more than that. More on next week's snow threat tomorrow, have a good Friday.
|NWS Wind gust graphic|
|5 AM temps (image wxbell)|
|10z RAP 1 PM 2 m Temp (image wxbell)|
|521 AM EST Surface Analysis|
|10z RAP simulated radar (image wxbell)|