The Nor’easter is coming to produce heavy snow and whiteout conditions

The Nor’easter is coming to produce heavy snow and whiteout conditions

VIDEO: Easter approaches to produce heavy snow and whiteout conditions in Massachusetts.

In Norwood, there are some clouds in place, so the sky isn’t quite blue here. The 12-hour forecast shows there will be more sunshine here during the mid to late afternoon, and as we get closer to sunset tonight, we’ll get into the upper 40s to around 50 degrees. It’s not the 60s, but it’s still well above average as we’re actually seeing our temperatures now above our average high. Our average high temperature is around 38 this time of year, and it’s a little cooler tonight. I think we’ll see less drag. The wind will calm down somewhat. So a lot of our inner suburbs will fall into the 20s. But Boston, you’re only stuck with about 32, mostly sunny, mid-40s. Clouds will start to gather tomorrow after sunset and then of course, we’re watching for that storm to move in by midnight Tuesday, and we’ll see the first sign of an approaching storm with a mix of rain and snow. And where is he? the snow. It’s very wet snow, so we’ll likely see the first few hours of the snow actually melting as it reaches the surface. We’re losing a few hours of snow, but as our surface temperatures, and our roads, hold on to the warmth we’re seeing this weekend, it’s taking a little longer for surface temperatures to cool. So I think in the first few hours we will see a good amount of melting. However, as we move in after 5:06 a.m., bands of heavy snow form, and because they are so heavy, they are able to draw in the cold produced by the storm. This is why our temperatures will actually drop during the morning. That’s also why, as we get past 5 a.m., we’re reaching the peak of the storm here. We move around 9:00. Heavy snow is still expected. And I think we could have some health conditions, especially in Eastern Massachusetts. Eventually, by noon, you can see the storm retreat with snow falling mainly on the coast. But wind and coastal effects will continue even as we head into the late afternoon. But we are getting ready for the evening commute and thank God for that. right? 6 to 12 inches for a good patch of area. This includes 1 to 8, 95, 24 direct coast. If you’re at the 3 to 6 inch mark, it’s likely to be lower than that as you move toward the low tide with more ways to mix up a lot of these snow bands trying to set up. These are snowfall rates. And notice that you can see some of these brighter bands forming, especially in eastern Massachusetts and near 95 as we travel into the late morning. That’s why we think much of the area will see 6 to 12 inch winds blowing over 40 mph in southeastern Massachusetts, the strongest winds on Cape Cod and the islands where we have a high wind watch and in addition stronger winds over the south Eastern Massachusetts. But there is also a heavier, wetter type of snow falling south of the Spear. This is an area where we have the best chance of seeing some power outages with this storm. We have onshore winds. We also have a new moon. So the astronomical tides are already rising to high levels here. I experienced storm surge and about 2 to 3 feet of rain. This could lead to more coastal flooding. This is a growing concern. Now, it seems, the peak will pay off later. And closer to the timing of high tide is about 145 for Boston. Then we dry on Wednesday for Valentine’s Day. but. But the wind will still be strong. that

VIDEO: Easter approaches to produce heavy snow and whiteout conditions in Massachusetts.

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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