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

Sunday, January 8, 2017

Frigid Monday; Snow Tuesday

At the GSD Home Office today in Williamstown, we had a steady mist of snow for part of the day and then a brief burst of snow in the evening tacked on a quarter of an inch to our growing snow total for the year.

Monday will be very cold but the good news is that we will see the sun. Temps will top out at 17 or 18 degrees before a big warming trend starts during the day on Tuesday.

We will see snow Tuesday afternoon--more in North County than in South County--but the grand total will only by an inch or two. The snow should change over to rain in the evening. Travel after school on Tuesday could be messy, but roads should be more wet than covered in snow.

Things really warm up later in the week with mid-40s expected Wednesday through Friday. Wednesday looks to be a rainy day, which will wash away much of the snow we have accumulated recently (in most areas).

Unfortunately, we're still waiting for that big organized storm to kick off the new year.

Here's a map for those of you who might have snow envy:

As expected, the Cape got the best of it this past weekend.

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