Daily Forecast Video: Weekend warmth to set records for some New England communities
Daily Forecast Video: Blustery conditions in New England as storm departs, some snow to return Thursday evening

Daily Forecast Video: Boston likely to see heaviest snowfall in the City since 2022

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After an incredibly pleasant day Monday with high temperatures near 50 degrees, a bombing storm south of New England will strengthen rapidly and should pull down just enough cold air to change a combo of rain and snow to all snow Tuesday morning, with windy whiteouts during the day and blizzard conditions possible on Cape Cod Tuesday afternoon. Power outages, treacherous travel and minor to pockets of moderate coastal flooding are all anticipated. One area where snow amounts may have to change is Northern MA/Southern NH, if the storm track should shift just a bit farther south, you can see how quickly amounts drop off on the northern side.  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 (Monday):  Sun with increasing wispy clouds. Pleasant highs 45-50. Northwest wind becomes west-southwest at 2-8 mph.

Overnight Tonight:  Cloudy. Predawn snow and rain starts south. Lows in the 30s. North-northeast wind 4-12 mph.

Tuesday:  Early AM snow/rain to all snow, falling heavily with a gusty coastal wind and PM coastal flooding. Blizzard conditions possible on Cape Cod. Temperatures around freezing. Northeast wind 10-20 mph with coastal gusts to 35, Cape Cod 25-35 mph with gusts to 50.

Wednesday:  Blustery, fair, chance flurry. Highs around 35. Northwest wind 15-25 mph with a few higher gusts.


andrew Tkacs

Thanks Matt, good job!

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