Daily Forecast Video: Boston likely to see heaviest snowfall in the City since 2022
Daily Forecast Video: A quick shot of snow ahead of a returning blustery wind

Daily Forecast Video: Blustery conditions in New England as storm departs, some snow to return Thursday evening

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Curious how Tuesday's snow forecast could be so far off from 24 hours out?  It's rare, and certainly damaging to the credibility of the meteorological industry, but I did throw together a quick iPhone-shot explainer at the request of our station digital team, you can link to it here.  Otherwise, blustery conditions Wednesday will set the stage for a disturbance to drop some lightly accumulating snow Thursday evening and night, but the 10-day looks great for winter sports heading into the holiday weekend and looking out to February vacation week for many.  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):  Blustery and bright. Highs around 30, wind chill 20. Northwest wind 15-25 mph with gusts to 40.

Overnight Tonight:  Cold wind, clear sky. Lows around 20, wind chill single digits. Northwest wind 7-17 mph with gusts to 25.

Thursday:  AM sun, PM clouds, evening and night snow, a coating to 2". Highs 35-40. Northwest wind becomes southwest late at 2-10 mph.

Friday:  Blustery, fair, chance flurry/sprinkle. Highs 35-40. West to northwest wind 15-25 mph with gusts to 40.


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