Feeling like spring before a potential coastal storm

Feeling like spring before a potential coastal storm

Video: A sense of spring before a possible coastal storm

You. Looking at this map, you wouldn’t guess it was early February with these high temperatures, 50, 60, even 72. South and west of us. Some of this is on the way for the weekend. So, the spring feeling will be with us all weekend long. Record warmth is possible on Saturday, defying a high temperature of around 60 degrees. Then we look forward to the beginning of next week from Sunday night to Tuesday. We are monitoring the possibility of a coastal storm. At this point, that is all that is possible. We’ll be looking at a couple of bits of energy over the weekend. This is a Sunday here in southern Canada and another day in the southwest to see how these interact, and if they can come together properly, they can create a strong area of ​​low pressure. But computer models have not yet agreed on how they will interact, if they come together in phases, and where they will do so. And so, if we know where and how strong this is, it will determine the impacts here locally. So still trying to iron out the details about this. But well, now we’re looking from Monday night into Tuesday for the possibility of some rain and snow here. In the meantime, it’s all about warmth. You can only see those 50s to our south and west. The leading edge is a warm front, and this warm front is coming through this morning with a period of some clouds and some drizzle and flurries rolling through from here during the mid to late morning. Once we reach noon, the clouds start to break. And look at this. By the afternoon, the clouds will clear, so the sky will light up this afternoon. Then the clouds fill up again overnight. So you can see that here in your 12 hour forecast. Boston Very cloudy until late morning. And then there are those bright skies at 1 p.m., where the sunshine will come in with those southerly winds, and the temperatures will respond. We’ll jump into the upper 40s about 50 degrees off the south coast. Cape and Islands today, staying a bit cooler with the wind blowing off the water. But that’s well above average for this time of year. It gets warmer only during the weekend. Tonight will be mostly cloudy. There may be some patchy fog, not cold. We’ll stay above the freezing mark in the 30s tonight and look into Saturday in the upper 50s to near 60 degrees. Again, the exception to this is that a southerly wind will be the Cape. But here we are approaching fifty on Saturday. So it’s warm. If we reach 60 in Boston, we will tie the record for the date that was set just last year. The record high in Worcester from last year was also 56 degrees. So we have to get past that. So it will definitely be warm on Saturday, but it comes with mostly cloudy skies overall and the risk of showers in the evening. Now, any rain that falls will be very light. A few hundredths of an inch, and that’s it. Daylight hours must be dry. But by mid-afternoon you can see a lot of clouds and limited sunlight. These clouds thicken in the evening. Seven 8:00. Maybe you’re headed to some dinner plans. You may have to dodge a few showers. These things will continue until about 10:11 PM, then they will clear up and we will return to dry weather here on Sunday. So any rain over the weekend will be very limited. We made it to Monday and were still dry through Monday, but here is this storm in the south. This is just one of our computer models that gives this low pressure area a close enough pass that we can get to it in some rain and snow. This may affect the commute on Tuesday morning and will then be moved further away. But again, there are a lot of question marks regarding the path that will determine if and how much rain and snow will fall. But the potential for strong winds and keeping an eye on the coast because tides are astronomically high heading into next week could mean some coastal flooding and beach erosion as well. There’s a lot to watch here with this storm Monday night into Tuesday. But beyond that it gets colder. So winter is back here now that we’ve started Valentine’s Day on Wednesday

Video: A sense of spring before a possible coastal storm

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