When and where the approach of Easter will affect the Mass.

When and where the approach of Easter will affect the Mass.

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It was the month. That’s what will have us trying to get us back to normal anyway. So it’s mostly cloudy tonight. Snow and rain. They don’t move until late at night. So, if you have evening plans, no problems at all. Low tonight 26 to 32 degrees tomorrow. It’s an impressive weather day. We’ll start with some mix. It will change to some snow. The heaviest will be south of Boston where winds will also be strongest. Highs tomorrow of 30 to 38 are barely cold enough to handle some snow. especially. It also looks to the south of the city. That’s where the storm is now. It’s making its way inside, and that’s what we’ve been talking about for the past few days. That shift one way or another could have a big impact on the amount of snow we get out. And what happened today? The track has gone more in that direction, and because of this, it will pull more snow to the south and less to inland areas where the weather will be colder. So, we have some overlapping issues, and we’re also looking towards Cape Town. That’s where he’s at and he’s making his way here. that’s what I mean. A little mixing occurs around 6:00 AM, and then the snow settles in here. Do this for a few hours. As this system moves outward, it becomes a strong, powerful storm over the ocean. As it does this, it will then begin to draw in this cold air. And we have some cold temperatures. So if it snows here, get it dry tomorrow night because by Wednesday it’s going to be cold. It will freeze. It has a very high water content. That’s why I’m looking forward to it being kind of concrete. Good. Generally, the snow is about 4 to 8 inches. However, there is this small area here in the south that might get a little more than that. But the further north and west you travel, the more the total drops. We’re starting to see that shift a little bit last night, a little bit more this morning, and a really big shift toward the south as we head into the afternoon, which is why we always say keep an eye on the forecast, because these tracks can change all the time. And of course, the temperatures, as I mentioned, are actually marginal at this point. So this is what will happen overnight tonight. Not much happens. At 6:00 AM, there is a little rain and a little snow. And actually, it won’t last until probably around 9:00 a.m. when we start getting significant amounts of snow, but it’s still going to mix in to the south where it’s going to be pretty warm. The eye of the storm is in the morning until about noon, and then in the afternoon by 3:00. It’s pretty much over at Boston and over the Cape. It’s out here at about 5 or 6:00, so it’s a quick storm we’re talking about. Little snow moving through it. After that, cold weather returns to the forecast. That’s why we made it impactful tomorrow. Weather day. We have this Nordic that comes with the wind, the rain, and the snow. On Wednesday we pull everything away to clear the sky. But it will be windy and cold, with the high temperature only around 30 degrees. And you can see those morning lows drop into the teens. That’s why I say shovel it tomorrow night if any snow falls. The next chance for any moisture is Friday. Now it feels like an opportunity. We may see a little light snow coming out of it. The weather cools down a bit over the weekend, and there may be some flurries on Sunday, but you will notice a big change. No more of those 40s, 50s and 60s. It’s all back to the 1930s and it is

Video: When and where the approach to Easter will affect the Mass.

Mike Wankom takes a look at the weather forecast for Boston, Massachusetts and New England.

Mike Wankom takes a look at the weather forecast for Boston, Massachusetts and New England.

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