Winter Storm Watch Posted

The National Weather Service in Taunton has issued a Winter Storm Watch for all of Southeastern New England.
NWS Boston Watches and Warnings
The EURO is on board for a major strike.  High winds, coastal flooding, and extreme beach erosion will reshape the eastern shoreline which is still recovering from the Blizzard (and other battering storms recently).

Questions remain as to how effective snow will be able to accumulate.  Seeing signs there will be no problem in Central MA, Northern RI, NE CT.  This also extends to Norfolk County.

Tomorrow is overcast with increasing wind.  Light snow may break out as energy is pulled into the storm.  Bulk of the action begins working in by 8-9 and should reach the MA/RI/CT border by midnight.  From there moderate to heavy snow develops and stays around until Friday morning.

Winds will be strong and combined with heavy wet snow this will lead to scattered power outages.

A full update with snowfall accumulation map will be posted by 7 am.


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