Updated Friday morning Forecast — February 8th, 2019

“If you don’t like the weather in New England now, just wait a few minutes.” ~ Mark Twain

Wind Advisory Today through 10 AM Saturday morning…

TODAY: Rain…with slick spots on untreated roads ending by late morning. Periods of sunshine for a time before partly to mostly cloudy skies later this afternoon with scattered flurries. A high 40 to 45 by mid day. Temperatures falling below freezing mid to late afternoon. Becoming blustery to windy. Southwest winds shifting to northwesterly 10 to 25 mph with higher gusts.

TONIGHT: Partly cloudy & colder. Blustery to windy. A few stray flurries. A low 5 to 10 above. Gusty west to northwest winds 10 to 25 mph with higher gusts to 45 mph & lowered wind chills.

SATURDAY: Sunny, but continued blustery to windy with lowered wind chills. Much colder. A high 10 to 15 above. West to northwest winds 10 to 25 mph with higher gusts in the morning with lowered wind chills.

Looking further ahead…

SATURDAY NIGHT: Clear skies. A low zero to 5 above.

SUNDAY: Mostly sunny giving way to increasing clouds late with a slight chance for light snow mainly southern areas. A high upper teens to mid 20s.

MONDAY: Lots of sunshine but cold. A low 5 below to 10 above. A high in the teens.

TUESDAY: Partial morning sun, then thickening clouds. A low zero to 10 below. A high in the 15 to 20.

WEDNESDAY: Overcast. Chance for accumulating snow with as few to several inches possible…tapering to scattered snow showers in the afternoon. Temperatures in the upper teens to upper 20s.

Average lows single digits. Average highs in the 20s.


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