Big snow is on the way after a day of record highs

Big snow is on the way after a day of record highs

Video: Heavy snowfall on Mass Road after a day of record highs

Cape and Islands, but you can see south a little bit, and here comes the next storm system on the way. It won’t give us a lot of rain, but it will give us a chance for significant amounts of snow tonight. Temperatures remain steady in the 40s. Mostly cloudy skies starting early Sunday morning, and we’re looking at highs in the 30s and lows in the 40s as we head through the afternoon hours. Another beautiful afternoon, but a little colder than today. We won’t get below 60 degrees, but we will climb into the upper 40s and low 50s, which is warmer than we should be at this point of the year. Let’s start with the clouds, those clouds are clearing. Then we return to the sunshine by the time we reach the afternoon hours. And then the weather comes into play by the time we get to Tuesday. So Monday looks like a beautiful day too. But overnight, early Tuesday morning, we’re tracking heavy, wet snow, so that could impact your early Tuesday morning commute and potentially impact your Tuesday evening commute as well. Some coastal flooding, likely due to afternoon high tide. Then we look at winds of 45 mph or more, especially toward the headlands and islands. Okay let’s go. The storm system continues to work its way up the coast, and will work its way up the coast. Just off to the south. By the time we get to Monday, Monday into the overnight hours, we move into Tuesday, and that’s when we look for a chance for some heavy, wet snow. But rain may begin, especially near the coast, then turn to snowfall at night and continue until Tuesday morning. Tuesday afternoon, and perhaps even Tuesday evening before starting to withdraw. How much snow are we looking at? Depending on where you are along and south of the Pike Mass, perhaps above a foot of snow, especially for higher elevation locations. But most locations within the 6 to 12 inch mark will be closer to the six inch mark. So keep that in mind. 3 to 6 inches, especially when approaching the immediate coast. Then for the Cape, the islands, as well as the south coast, will probably get 1 to 3 inches of snow. We are talking about heavy, wet snow. So power outages may be a possibility with this storm system. So come tomorrow, wake up to some clouds out there, those clouds clearing as we look into the afternoon hours. Really nice day. Monday also looks very nice, but Monday night is a little cooler. Then the clouds start to increase. We are now looking at the overnight hours into Tuesday morning. This is where we track our chance of snow. So your Tuesday morning commute will be greatly impacted by this storm system. We are also concerned about high tides. The high tide we’re concerned about is Tuesday afternoon. moon. The tides are astronomically high at this point in time, and we’re looking at a storm surge of 2 to 3 feet. Very minor coastal flooding, and perhaps even pockets of moderate coastal flooding, especially for the east-facing coast. So, on Tuesday morning, the winds start to pick up. By the time we got to late morning, afternoon, or even late afternoon, we were looking at wind gusts topping 40 to 45 mph, especially toward the Cape and the inner islands. We’re only looking at wind gusts over 20 to 30 mph, so this won’t be a stormy system for most people. But there will be some winds to contend with. tomorrow is a beautiful day. Temperatures near 50 for Monday. A little cooler. We’re looking at the upper 40s, then impact weather before Tuesday. We’re tracking heavy wet snow and then we’ll be back to sunshine on Wednesday, BU

Video: Heavy snowfall on Mass Road after a day of record highs

StormTeam 5 takes a look at the weather forecast for Boston, Massachusetts and New England.

StormTeam 5 takes a look at the weather forecast for Boston, Massachusetts and New England.

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