Daily Forecast Video: Light Rain and Snow Departs, Fair Until Cold Snap
Daily Forecast: Rare, Dangerous Cold Invades New England

Daily Forecast Video: Is The Incoming Cold Dangerous for Everyone, or Just Some?

It's not often that New England deals with dangerous cold - but for whom is it dangerous?  Certainly, most of us emerge unscathed after these blasts. 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 (Thursday):  Seasonable chill under a fair sky. Highs 35-40°, wind chill 25-30°. Southwest wind 10-20 mph.

Overnight Thursday Night:  A few passing snow showers, heavier squalls north. Arctic wind begins. Lows 20° south, 0° north. Southwest wind becomes northwest at 10-20 mph, increasing late.

Friday:  Bitter cold wind chill becomes dangerous late. Fair sky. Temperatures fall to the teens south, below zero north. Subzero late day wind chill, around -30° overnight Friday night. Northwest wind 15-30 mph with gusts to 45 mph that will cause isolated power outages.

Saturday:  Dangerous cold early, then stinging cold under a fair sky. Highs in the teens south, below zero north. Northwest wind 10-20 mph early, then decreasing.


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