We’ve got one more storm Monday night into Tuesday morning to get through in this very active winter pattern and then we get a well deserved break!
Saturday’s storm is very energetic as it gets through the base of the trough. It is in the process of “bombing” out over the Atlantic, causing blizzard conditions across extreme eastern New England. Snow is already coming to an end for our area and didn’t add up to much.
We will get into a quiet and chilly pattern Friday through the day on Monday. Watch for slick spots on the roads as temps will fall below freezing. However, there may be enough of a breeze to allow for some wet spots to dry.
The latter storm Monday night into Tuesday is a pattern changer. A period of snow, rain or some ice is likely. The trend this winter has been more impressive as we get closer to the event and I do not think this storm will be any exception. We will have to watch the speed of this system carefully as it has the potential to impact Tuesday morning’s commute.
By mid-week, a period of above average warmth will affect the region. Get out and enjoy it as it is not forecast to last forever!