How much snow will we have tomorrow? Snow forecast Boston, Massachusetts – NBC Boston


A massive storm system affecting much of the eastern United States will bring welcome rain to New England on Thursday afternoon, then snow overnight, then spring for the weekend.

At the same time Thursday and Thursday night we have a low passing south of New England and we have a cold front entering northern New England.

As the precipitation begins in the afternoon, it will begin as rain, becoming heavy in southern New England on Thursday evening, then changing from rain to snow in the middle of the night on the rear edge of the southern New Hampshire to the southern New England coast between midnight and sunrise.

Rainfall amounts greater than 1 inch are likely from Connecticut to Cape Cod and the Islands. Snow amounts of 1 to 3 inches are likely just north of the coast and especially over the hills of central and southern New England.

Places like Wachusett and / or Blue Hill can receive 3-5 inches of snow, while downtown Boston has very little buildup on pavement and cement.

More rural areas – especially those at higher elevations – can have snow-covered roads for some time late Thursday evening and early Friday morning.

The sun will immediately rise over northern New England on Friday and then gradually over southern New England until morning. We all have a sunny Friday afternoon, with the temperature dropping back to around 35 to 40 degrees.

There is a storm warning along the coast near Cape Cod for wind gusts exceeding 50 miles per hour late overnight and early morning tomorrow.

Further inland there will be a breeze but no damage.

A strong high pressure system will arrive from Canada over the weekend, bringing in sunshine and initially very cold air. The temperature on Friday night under a large, bright moon will drop between teens and 20s. Lots of sun for Saturday with high temperatures in the 30s to 40s in the north and 40 to 50s in the south.

The spring equinox is Saturday morning. By then it will be freezing cold. But Sunday afternoon with sunshine, we should be back nearly 60 degrees from the coast.

Next week we’ll be monitoring another weather system off the mid-Atlantic states that is expected to stay south of New England but could cause a sea breeze for many of us.

It looks like a lovely period of balmy spring weather until maybe the next chance for rain around Thursday or so, as our first 10 day alert shows.

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