Daily Forecast: Major, High-Impact Storm For New England Tuesday through Tuesday Night
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Daily Forecast: Coming Off a Varied Storm Impact, Spring Thaw Lay Ahead

It was an epic and historic storm for some...and a dud for others.  Mark this one as yet another storm in this mild winter that drives home the point: more work needs to be done to further advancement in understanding the impact of near-surface temperatures on snow accumulation.  Nonetheless, the road ahead brings a spring thaw after one more wintry feeling day Wednesday. 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 (Wednesday):  AM snow showers taper. More clouds than sun, chilly wind. Highs around 40°, wind chill 30°. Northwest wind 15-25 mph with gusts to 40 mph.

Overnight Wednesday Night:  Clearing. Lows around freezing. Northwest wind 8-18 mph.

Thursday:  AM sun, PM clouds, evening sprinkle. Highs near 50°. Northwest wind 5-15 mph becomes west-southwest and lighter late.

Friday:  Cloudy, chance of a shower late, showers at night. Highs around 50°, 40s north. Southeast wind 4-12 mph.


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