Mass snowfall forecast updated with nor’easter tracks south

Mass snowfall forecast updated with nor’easter tracks south

Video: Updated forecast for mass snowfall as Nor’easters head south

This is promising. As the storm continues to slide further and further south. Very cloudy tonight. Snow and rain don’t move in until late. truly. Tomorrow morning’s flight before you get here. Tomorrow is an impact weather day. We have this mixture changing to snow. The worst will be in the south, where winds will be stronger, ranging from 30 to 38 degrees, relative to the high temperature. So, this is the system that’s making its way here. Kind of a mess at this point. And what it also does is it tracks in this way. It won’t come out that way. Because it does this it must draw down total snowfall. You know, a few days ago, it looked like we were going to get over a foot of snow in Boston. Even yesterday, it seemed like we were pretty much at least in the eight-inch category. Now I put it more in the three-inch category than anything else. We’ll wrap this all up pretty early tomorrow, and by tomorrow evening, we’ll then talk about the cold air coming in the last half of this month, which looks a lot colder than the first half of the month. Do you see what I did here? I think the snow in Boston is about three inches to the south. Probably about 3 to 5 in this area. Here we will see some confusion happening. We might get some areas that are like 5 to 7 and I’ve pulled double digits. It doesn’t look like it’s going to happen. If we get a lot of snow, it will be really offshore. And I don’t think anyone will reach the ten-inch category. And if you’re in the north and west, you’ll go, what’s the snow? There will probably be quite a few of them as you cross into New Hampshire. So you see what happens overnight tonight. We see the clouds rolling in there. We see some rain and a snow mix at 6am tomorrow morning. But look at those temperatures. These are too warm to support snow at that point. Places where it’s cold enough to snow, and you don’t have any moisture because this thing tracks away. So, as we get closer to 9:00, that’s when it starts to snow steadily here. It’s pretty steady through the afternoon, but by 3:00, it’s kind of heading to Plymouth and places at the Cape. By 5:00, this was over. Temperatures will drop accordingly and it will be cooler as we head into the middle part of the week. So we’re keeping an eye on the coast because it still has a lot of wave action. I think the rally will be reversed, but even so, we have seen such astronomical high tides. We’ve seen some minor coastal flooding anyway, so perhaps some pockets of moderate flooding, mainly along the south shore, is what I’m looking for. and one at 2:00 a.m. That’s still an astronomically high number. That’s why I say there might be a little bit of minor flooding there, but it doesn’t seem like anything really significant. So, tomorrow we have the eastern light here. Then on Valentine’s Day. The weather will be stormy. It’s going to be cold. This temperature rises to only about 30 degrees. So, if we get some snow and it’s not going to happen to all of us, but if we do get some snow from this, you might want to shovel it tomorrow night before it gets too cold Wednesday morning. Then it stays cold for a few days. By Friday. We’re talking about maybe a few flakes of snow mixed in there, a little bit of light rain falling there, and after that, we’ll see the cold temperatures continue with maybe a little bit of warmth until Monday next week.

VIDEO: Updated forecast for mass snowfall as Nor’easters head south

Mike Wankom takes a look at the updated snowfall forecast as computer models point to Easter approaching south of Boston, Massachusetts and New England.

Mike Wankom takes a look at the updated snowfall forecast as computer models point to Easter approaching south of Boston, Massachusetts and New England.

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