Flurries Today As Storm Passes Well Offshore

Hello everyone!

Today will feature mainly cloudy conditions as a storm passes offshore. The other component of todays forecast will be an inverted trough connected to an offshore storm that looks to set up over the area this afternoon. All areas look to see at least a few flakes but only areas under the heavy snow band associated with the trough look to have a shot at any accumulation given it’s late March and the sun angle is so high. The best shot at accumulations is in eastern MA where snow will be heavier for longer given proximity to the ocean storm.

impact map 3-28 p2


Northern and Eastern areas will likely see at least a few flakes but any steady snow should be more of a south/west affair.

Highs today will range through the 30’s with the warmest temps right at the coast and lowest in the mountains.

No other storms are in sight.


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