Frigid Temps Tonight & Tomorrow, Winter Storm Potential Saturday

*High Impact Winter Storm Possible Late Friday Night & Saturday*

Heavy snow, strong winds, coastal flooding all possible.

 

Clear & frigid tonight. Lows in the teens.

Skycast Tonight 2

Wednesday, sunny & cold. Low to mid 20s. Wednesday night, clear and bone chilling cold. 5 – 10° above.

Skycast Tomorrow 2

Thursday, sunny and still cold. Mid to upper 20s. Thursday night, mostly cloudy. Not as cold. Low 20s.

Friday, chance of rain and snow showers, mainly during the afternoon. Upper 30s. Friday night, Winter Storm Possible. Snow, after midnight. Mid to upper 20s.

Saturday, storm still many days out and the track will play a big part with what we can expect for Saturday. Snow, possibly mixing with some rain…gusty winds. The high end snow potential is impressive and more updates to come as we get closer to the weekend. Low to mid 30s. Windy conditions. Here are a few different scenarios. One all snow, the other has some mixing take place for locations Southeast of 95.

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Sunday, morning clouds, afternoon sun and cold. Mid to upper 20s. Sunday night, a few clouds and frigid. Around 10°.

Monday and Tuesday, mostly sunny. High temps, low to mid 30s. Overnight low temps in the teens.

ABC6 Chief Meteorologist, Jeff Desnoyers

Email: jdesnoyers@abc6.com

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