The timing of Easter coming out will bring heavy, wet snow

The timing of Easter coming out will bring heavy, wet snow

Video: Time limit expires for Easter, which will bring heavy, wet snow to Mass.

Our way while drawing in some cool air. And the storm system is descending tonight. You can see lows in the 30s. But come tomorrow afternoon, it’s a very beautiful afternoon with more sunshine to boot. Temperatures will rise into the upper 40s and possibly approach 50 degrees. At this time of year, it is very warm, but it does not last long. So, a storm system is coming in that will give us our chance to move some heavy, wet snow during the overnight hours. Going into Tuesday morning, staying through Tuesday afternoon before starting to withdraw and then bringing in some cooler air on the back side as you look ahead to Valentine’s Day. So the snow that’s falling and sticking isn’t going anywhere on your Valentine’s Day, we’re looking forward to the snow staying on the ground because it’s going to be a very cold day. Additionally, we are looking at snowfall rates of 1 to 2 inches per hour, and possibly even greater along and south of the Pike Mass. So we are looking at the possibility of power outages with heavy, wet snow, along with stormy conditions. We’re looking at the snow starting to fall as we head into the afternoon hours, but you can see it’s going to be a slightly longer system, especially through the first half of Tuesday. But Monday looks dry, so we don’t have to worry about the weather at all. It seems like overnight, as the storm actually begins. Some may be mixed near the coast, south shore, south coast, cape and islands. You may see some rain and then transition to snow. Everyone along and north of the Pike will be dealing with snow from start to finish throughout this event, and you can see where this storm peaks early Tuesday morning. That’s when it snows. It will be at its heaviest. By the time we reach the early afternoon hours, that’s when things start to move from west to east. So, by 3:04pm, head towards the cape and islands, and that’s when you’ll have a chance to catch some snow. By the time this storm system is over. How much snow are we looking at? 8 to 12 inches, especially as you work your way west of 128, and inside 495, especially for high-elevation locations along and south of Pike Mass. This is where we will see the most significant snowfall accumulations, 6 to 8 inches. As you work your way in and out of Boston toward the islands, only about 1 to 3 inches of snow. So, we can expect a beautiful day tomorrow with temperatures reaching 40 degrees Celsius. Lots of sunny weather. By the time we get to Tuesday. Heavy, wet snow, gusty winds, and even the possibility of a sommelier

Video: Time limit expires for Easter, which will bring heavy, wet snow to Mass.

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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