Winter Storm Warning as Bomb Cyclone Approaches – NBC Boston
We are enjoying another wonderful afternoon today, our highs are reaching the upper 40s and even climbing to the lower 50s in the south.
Our skies brought us lots of sunshine, moving clouds will make their way to the area this afternoon, but our chance of isolated snow remains near the Canadian border.
We are preparing for our next storm system tomorrow. This will bring lots of rain early in the morning to the southeast, with heaviest showers late in the morning and at noon.
But the snow starts so early in northern Vermont, it will stay in the north until after noon. As our temperatures drop in the evening, we will see the snow line heading south closer to Worcester and near Boston around 4 p.m.
Rainfall amounts could total over 1 inch in the south, but our snow totals remain limited in the south, giving us only a dusting at 2 inches. The further north and west you go, the greater the amounts of snow will be.
Our snowfall in the Berkshires could total 4-8 inches, while the highest points in Vermont could increase 8-12 inches in total. Northern Maine will also see 6-8 inches of snow with a light dusting to 2 inches as we get closer to coastal communities.
While Sunday promises bright sunshine, our highs remain chilly, we will remain in the 30s, active winds will have teens feeling into the low 20s. Next week will bring us more spring-like temperatures with highs in the upper 50s for St. Patrick’s Day. Chances of rain will also appear by the end of our next working week.