Snow Potential this Weekend

A complex scenario is setting up for this weekend that could result in some snow to finish the weekend. For Saturday, a coastal system looks to back into our region with clouds and a gusty breeze. One byproduct of this will be the chance to make snow showers mainly on the Cape and easternmost Massachusetts. There is the slightest chance of seeing a few hold together long enough to make it to Bristol County, Mass or even into RI, but I really feel most of us will see Saturday as a mostly cloudy, breezy and cold day with highs in the 30s.

Kb Futurecast

Sunday, our attention turns to the west as an Alberta Clipper system approaches. ( Now, these clipper systems have 2 big traits, they move fast and don’t leave lots of snow behind.) On Sunday, after a dry morning, we will develop snow in the evening hours. A rain/snow line across the region will mean the difference between an inch or nothing at all.

Kb Snow Forecast

This continues overnight into Monday and could make a slippery early commute. As the clipper quickly departs Monday morning, we will see sunshine.

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