More Clouds This Morning, Light Snow Begins This Afternoon

Hello everyone!

Happy meteorological spring!!* Today will feature increasing clouds in the morning followed by clouds and increasing snow in the afternoon/evening hours. Expect all areas to see clouds by around 9 this morning while snow should wait until after 3 this afternoon.

Temps this morning are anywhere from the 10s below zero to single digits above zero warmest where light breezes still blow. Check out yesterday’s post for an explanation on why that is. Temps will rebound quite well today into the lower 20’s north and higher 20’s south.

precip incoming
NAM Model Showing Precip Moving Into The Area At 5 This Evening

Total snow accumulation thoughts have not changed much since last night and it still looks like the Boston area will pick up the most snow. Last night’s snow accumulation map still represents what I think will pan out in terms of total snowfall.

snow map 2-28

Another batch of precip arrives Wednesday, more details later.

-Jack

*Rules and restrictions apply, see Florida for details 🙂

 

2 thoughts on “More Clouds This Morning, Light Snow Begins This Afternoon”

  1. Hello Jack. Great blog young man! Very informative and most importantly accurate. As I’m a new subscriber I’m not sure if you do this already but a marine forecast for sailors/boater/fisherman would be cool in the warmer months.
    Keep up the good work!

    1. Thanks for the idea! I currently do not forecast for the waters though now that you mention it, it does make sense. I will be away for most of this upcoming summer but I’ll put that on my list of things to add in the future at some point. Thanks again for the idea!

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