The Wind Continues Sunday Afternoon, With Sunshine – NBC Boston
The storm that brought all the rain, wind and snow on Saturday, is still hitting New England this afternoon. The center of the storm has stalled in southeastern Canada and is again causing heavy snow in our mountains, but good sunshine towards the coast with windy conditions.
Temperatures on Sunday are not too cold for this time of year, however, in the 1930s to the north and the low 1940s to the south. We have a lovely crescent moon in the evening sky with temperatures only slowly dropping in the 30s in the south and 20 in the north for the troughs.
Our Martin Luther King Jr. day is similar to today, with lots of sunshine towards the coast and snow showers in the mountains continuing. A little less windy and a little less cold with high temperatures in the 1930s in the north and in the low 40s in the south. A cold front can generate a snow shower over southern New England later tomorrow, then colder air enters for the remainder of the 10 day forecast.
Tuesday looks bright with lots of sun for the most part, high temperatures in the low 20s to 30s. A sharp cold front arose Tuesday evening with a few flurries or a flurry of snow, leading to a blustery and cold Wednesday with temperatures in the teenage north and twenties to the south. Another front like this comes on Thursday evening with a chance of a few more flurries and sets up a rather cold – but mostly storm-free weekend.
The next major storm threat could be near the end of our 10-day early warning forecast, one week from Tuesday.