Wintry mix ahead this weekend – WCVB Boston

Wintry mix ahead this weekend – WCVB Boston

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Wintry mix ahead this weekend

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Updated: 7:36 AM EST Jan 15, 2020

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CINDY: MAYBE BECAUSE TODAY IS THE PICK DAY OF THE WEEK. THEY HAD THE SENSE IT IS COMING. KIDS WILL BE OUT AT RECESS. THE PAST FEW DAYS WE HAVE NOT HAD A LOT OF SON — SUN. IT WILL BE MILD, CLOSE TO 50 THIS AFTERNOON. WE JUST HAVE TO BURN OFF SOME FOG. RAIN AND SNOW OVERNIGHT TO BRING IN COLD AIR AND WITH THAT COLD AIR IN PLACE, IT WILL LEAD TO SNOW ON FRIDAY. THIS IS NOON TIME ON SATURDAY. SNOW WILL OVERSPREAD THE AREA SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND MAY COME DOWN HARD INTO THE EVENING. THE SNOW WILL CHANGE OVER TO RAIN AND MOVE OUT FIRST THING ON SUNDAY. IT DOES NOT LOOK LIKE WE WILL GET SIGNIFICANT SNOW IN NEW ENGLAND, BUT THE SKI AREAS WILL DO GREAT. FOR US LOCALLY, ONE TO 3 INCHES FOR MOST OF US, A LITTLE BIT MORE NORTH AND WEST OF 495. NOT A HUGE SYSTEM FOR US BECAUSE OF THE CHANGEOVER. WE HAVE FOG REDUCING THE VISIBILITY, NOT DENSE. UPPER 30’S NORTH AND WEST. BOSTON, 41, UPPER 40’S ON CAPE COD. A BUBBLE OF HIGH PRESSURE SETTLES IN TODAY, BUT BEHIND IT, ANOTHER AREA OF SNOW WILL RACE TOWARDS US TONIGHT. WE ARE SANDWICHING A REALLY NICE DAY ON WEDNESDAY. MAKING A RUN TOWARD 50 THIS AFTERNOON. NICE STUFF FOR JANUARY IF YOU ARE HEADING OUT. THE CLOUDS WILL RACE BACK IN TONIGHT AND AFTER MIDNIGHT, WE WILL SEE RAIN AND SNOW SPREAD IN. NORTH OF THE PIKE, COLD ENOUGH FOR A BURST OF SNOW THAT WILL LINGER. DOES NOT LOOK LIKE A LOT, A CODING — COACHING — COACHING — THE RAIN AND SNOW COMING IN AFTER MIDNIGHT, IN THE 30’S TONIGHT, AND TOMORROW MORNING RAIN AND SNOW AND THEN THE CLOUDS BREAK. WIND GUSTING OVER 30 AND 40 MILES PER HOUR INTO FRIDAY. THAT WILL LEAD TO US — BLUSTERY CONDITIONS. WIND CHILLS ON FRIDAY MORNING WILL BE RUNNING NEAR AND BELOW ZERO, AND IT WILL STAY CHILLY ALL DAY LONG BEFORE THE SNOW ARRIVES ON SATURDAY. IT IS GONE ON SUNDAY WITH COLD TO FOLLOW.

Wintry mix ahead this weekend

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Updated: 7:36 AM EST Jan 15, 2020

Snow will begin late Saturday evening across southern New England, then change to a wintry mix Saturday night.Low pressure will move from the Great Lakes toward southern Quebec, spawning a secondary low along the Mid-Atlantic coast Saturday. The secondary low will move toward southern New England, spreading snow across the area starting late Saturday evening.“The snow is going to overspread the area by Saturday afternoon. It may come down hard into the early evening. By night, warmer air comes in and it is going to change over to rain,” StormTeam 5 meteorologist Cindy Fitzgibbon said.The best chance for enough snow to shovel should be outside of the I-495 belt.Following the wintry mix, windy and colder weather will return for the first half of next week. High temperatures Monday and Tuesday will stay in the 20s, despite some sunshine.

Snow will begin late Saturday evening across southern New England, then change to a wintry mix Saturday night.

Low pressure will move from the Great Lakes toward southern Quebec, spawning a secondary low along the Mid-Atlantic coast Saturday. The secondary low will move toward southern New England, spreading snow across the area starting late Saturday evening.

“The snow is going to overspread the area by Saturday afternoon. It may come down hard into the early evening. By night, warmer air comes in and it is going to change over to rain,” StormTeam 5 meteorologist Cindy Fitzgibbon said.

The best chance for enough snow to shovel should be outside of the I-495 belt.

Following the wintry mix, windy and colder weather will return for the first half of next week. High temperatures Monday and Tuesday will stay in the 20s, despite some sunshine.

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January 15, 2020 at 07:43AM

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