Daily Forecast Video: Messy Monday As Rain Changes to Snow For Most
Daily Forecast Video: Snow to Rain for Many, Mild and Windy Thursday Ahead

Daily Forecast Video: Quick Breather Ahead of Another Storm

A brief breather between storms is with us Tuesday, ahead of snow that - for many - will change to rain Wednesday into Wednesday night, but should drop another half foot to foot of snow in Northern New England, completing a 10-day stretch that's dropped 18 to 24 inches of snow on ski and snowmobile country. Full details in the forecast video and remember, in addition to the NBC10 Boston and NECN station apps, to download my personal Matt Noyes Weather app to communicate directly with me!

Today (Tuesday):  Variable clouds, some melting, fresh breeze. Highs 35-40°, wind chill around 30°. Southwest wind becomes west-northwest at 10-20 mph with a few higher gusts.

Overnight Tuesday Night:  Partly cloudy. Lows in the 20s. West wind 5-10 mph.

Wednesday:  Cloudy start, snow arrives midday to evening, south to north, respectively, and accumulates into the night before changing to rain in Southern and Central New England with strong overnight wind on Cape Cod. Daytime highs in the 30s, rising overnight. Southeast wind 5-15 mph, becoming south at 15-30 mph at night with overnight Southeast MA gusts over 40 mph and Cape gusts over 60 mph possible.

Thursday:  Morning rain showers in Central/Southern New England give way to breezy breaks of sun, while Northern New England sees occasional snow showers. Highs in the 40s, 30s north. West-southwest wind 10-20 mph with gusts to 40 mph at times.


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