June 29, 2022

Winter storm cautioning, up to 8 creeps of snow coming

CINDY: AND A GOOD THURSDAY TO YOU. WE ARE WATCHING FOR OUR FIRST WIDESPREAD WINTER STORM OF THE SEASON THREE WHERE YOU SEE PINK SOUTH OF BOSTON, THIS IS WHERE WE HAVE WINTER STORM WARNINGS. WE HAVE THE POTENTIAL FORHE T HIGHEST SNOW TOTALS HERE. WINTER WEATHER ADVISORIES EXTEND ALL THE WAY INTO ARKANSAS.

Here STORM IS, AND IT LLWI SPREAD SNOW INTS I PATH AS IT HITS THE MID ATLANTIC STATES AND HEADS OFF SHORE. IT WILL BE HERE TOMORROW MORNING BUT MOVES OUT QUICKLY IN THE AFTERNOON. THIS WILL HAVE THE BIGGEST IMPACT ON ETH MORNING COMMUTE COMING UP ON FRIDAY, WHERE WE COULD SEE SNOWFALL RATES OF AN INCH AN HOUR.

IT IS ABOUT A 12 HOUR STORM. THE FIRST FLAKE START AT 2:00 IN THE MORNING AND WRAP UP BY 2:00 IN THE AFTERNOON. Make some LITTLE Memories BEFORE IT GETS IN HERE. A DRYING WESTERLY WIND IS BRINGING BACK SUNSHINE FOR US TODAY. 12 HROU FORECAST AS A MIXER OF SUN AND CLOUDS IN THE BOSTON AREA, TEMPERATURES HOLDING STEADY IN THE UPPER 30’S AND LOW 40’S. NOT FAR FROM WHERE WE SHOULD BE THIS TIME OF YEAR.

SNOW MOVES INTO NIGHT. IT MOVES IN LATE TONIGHT. IT SHOULD BE DRY THROUGH MIDNIGHT. WE ARE WAKGIN UP TO IT TOMORROW MORNING. ITS I MORNING SNOW TOMORROW, TEMPERURATES IN THE 30’S, AND DRYING OUT IN THE AFTERNOON.pFIR 3:00 A.M. TIME WINDOW. BY 5:00 IN THE MORNING, EVERYTHING FILLS IN.

THESE DARKER BLUES, THEY SHIFT NORTHWD.AR RIGHT AT THE HEART OF THE MORNING COMMUTE, 7:00, SNOW WILL BE FALLINGEA HVILY, AND THAT WILL LINGEWIR TH DARKER BLUES AND EASTERNMOST MASSACHUSETTS UNTIL 10:00. THAT 5:00 TO 10:00 WINDOW IS WHE ERWE WILL GET THE BULK OF OUR ACCUMULATION.

WE WILL SEE ONE INCH PER HOUR SNOW RATES. IT WILL BE TOUGH ON THE ROADS.

THEY WILL BE SNOW-COVERED AND SLIPPERY AND VISIBILITY WILL BE POOR. In the event that YOU HAVE TRAVEL PLANS, THINK ABOUT ADJUSTING THEM BECAUSE THIS WILL MOVE OUT QUICKLY. BY 2:00 IN THE AFTERNOON, IT IS DONE. WE WLIL SEE DRYINGIN THE AFTERNNOO AND A FEW BREAKS AND CLOUDS.

IN TERMS OF HOW MUCH SNOW, THE FARTHER WEST YOU GO, YOU WILL GET OUOFT THE HEAVIER SNOW. NORTH AND WEST OF THE WORCESTER AREA, IT IS TO THE FOUR INCHES. IT IS REALLY A LOT OF THE EA STERN PART OF THE STATE THAT WE ARE LOOKING AT A WIDESPREAD FOUR TO SIX INCHES OF SNOW.

A portion OF THOSE HIGHER BDSAN COULD PRODUCE HIGHER AMOUNTS. WE COULD SEE SPOTS SOUTH OF BOSTON ALONG AND STHOU OF 95 TOWARD THE SOUTH COASTND A CAPE, WE CLDOU SEE SIX TO 80 INCH SNOW TOTALS. THIS WILL LIKELBEY HEAVIEST.

A HEAVIER SNOW IN GENERAL HERE, PACED YEAR TOWARD THE CAPE. AS YOU GET TOWARD THE OUTER CAPE IN NANTUCKET, THERE WILL BE MIXING.

MY AMOUNTS WILL BE LEROW FOR YOU. Furthermore IMPACTFUL SWNO SYSTEM FRIDAY. IT IS BACK TO SUNSHINE AND COLDER SATURDAY. TEMPERATURES MODERATE SUNDAY. WE ARE BACINK THE 40’S. FRONT COMING IN WITH RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS.

THE BIGTO SRY HEADING INTO NTEX WEEK IS A BLAST OF ARCTIC AIR THAT WILL BRING IN SOME OF THE COLDEST AIR WE HAVE SEENN I A GOOD WHILE. ESTHE ARE WIND CHILLS ON TUESDAY MORNING, WELL BELOW ZO,ER SUBZERO DOWN TO THE CAPE. COLD AIR ON THE Y WA