A snow day literally and figuratively falls from the sky, unbidden, and seems like a thing of wonder. -- Susan Orlean

Sunday, March 23, 2014

Snow Likely on Tuesday (3/25)

Here's a look the Euro model from this big coastal storm you may have heard about:

This picture suggests a major snowfall for the Cape and Boston from Tuesday into Wednesday, but just light snow for us. The Euro model gives us about two tenths of an inch of liquid precip, which will yield us about 2 or 3" of snow. We've had anywhere from 1-4" of snow forecasted for our area for the last three disturbances, but none of them have yielded more than a coating. As a result, we don't think we'll see more than an inch on Tuesday.

The timing for snow in our area from this major storm is Tuesday afternoon into night. A dusting is the low amount we'll see; South County could see up to 4" if the Euro model pans out.

We'll be monitoring this event carefully should the track move more to the north (unlikely).

The good news is that the high temperature will be 27 on Monday but gradually moving up all the way to the mid 50s by the weekend.

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