The snow began to stick as the Easter light moved

The snow began to stick as the Easter light moved

Video: Snow begins to fall as the Easter light moves

the time now. 644 On Tuesday morning when we take you out, live with a look on WORCESTER. Right now, Worcester is one of the areas that is already starting to see snow. Yeah, they’re flirting with 31 degrees out there, so they’re a little into it. Others, like the bottom of the Cape where it’s warmer and gets a lot more rain than anything else. The temperature here is 39 degrees. So this will start out as rain closer to the coast and then turn to snow as temperatures drop. But we won’t see as much snow from this storm as we thought 24 hours ago. Everything has turned south. So, the further south you go, the more snow will fall, especially here along the South Coast, Buzzards Bay, the Upper Cape, and the Vineyards. This is where we’ll likely see some amounts over six inches. Otherwise, 3 to 6 inches here, south of South Pike Beach toward the headland. Once you get close to Pike, pointing north, that’s where we’re talking about 1 to 3 inches of snow. Unfortunately, ski country gets none of this. So why change? Storm path? Definitely turning south. And a lot of that has to do with not only the storm that was coming from the south, but also this piece of energy heading to the north. When you get a big storm it intensifies these two pieces of energy, the north and south currents. They come together, and where they do so determines the strength of the storm. But because this northern piece was not able to catch this southern piece, it was not pulling it north. So, not only does it not reach far enough south, it won’t really intensify. He lies close to us as if it were so. The result is a weaker storm to the south. We’ve gotten close enough to have some, and they’re getting more of them all over New York City and Jersey than they ever expected. About 24 hours ago. But you can see that sharp cut to the north as the storm passes. These north-easterly winds will cause problems on the coast as the tide comes in this afternoon, and then the cold air will come rushing in tonight. So what you get will freeze overnight. So, you can see snow falling now in many parts of the region. But there are some very light trillions along the immediate coast here, including the Cape. Where temperatures are in the mid and upper 30s degrees Celsius. It’s colder inside. Our temperatures will drop this morning and snow will accumulate by 9:00. It’s snowing in many areas. The intensity increases after that and we’ll see the potential for that late morning into early afternoon, especially south of Pike for some of that snowfall. Prices are close and over an inch per hour. And then this all changes very quickly. From 2 to 4 p.m., it’s over. The gusty winds shift to the north and bring that cold air. Tonight, we’re in the 20s tonight, and as we head into tomorrow, it’s close to freezing. It’s windy and cold, but the sun will shine for the next couple of days. Let’s talk about the coast and the threat of coastal flooding now with Kelly Anne. You know, if you live on the immediate coast, you’ve probably noticed some drizzle over this weekend. There was no storm, but we had a new moon. Astronomically speaking, our tides are very high. It doesn’t take. So much for us to see more of this rising into place like a storm. Moved by. That’s why we have a coastal flood warning for much of the coast. It’s actually extended north of what we were seeing yesterday, where we can see some beach erosion, especially. As for North Shore beaches, they are more at risk due to storms that occurred earlier in the year. And as we look at the forecast tide for Boston, believe it or not, the forecast here for 14.1 is very close to what we saw with the perfect storm in 1991. So this storm still has some power. It just follows a path further south. That’s why our snow totals plateaued and then pushed south. But in terms of our coastal flooding, we’re looking at small or even moderate pockets of flooding, and it seems likely that we’re approaching a high tide of about 145 This is a

Video: Snow begins to fall as the Easter light moves

New computer guidance suggests some of Massachusetts’ largest cities may avoid the biggest impact from easterly winds that will move up the East Coast, but strong winds, power outages and treacherous travel will still be a concern. Get the latest weather forecast for the Boston area.

New computer guidance suggests some of Massachusetts’ largest cities may avoid the biggest impact from easterly winds that will move up the East Coast, but strong winds, power outages and treacherous travel will still be a concern. Get the latest weather forecast for the Boston area.

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