Very cold but dry conditions will continue in most areas through dawn Saturday, however localized snow showers expected and confined to southeastern Massachusetts…especially areas near and just to the east and northeast of New Bedford
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A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for east coastal Massachusetts from Plymouth to Cape Cod until 4PM Saturday. Some parts of eastern Plymouth county have already picked up more than 3″ of snow, and totals could range from 4-6″ in some communities by late Saturday afternoon.
For the rest of the area, plan on a dry evening and night with partly cloudy skies. Overnight lows will once again be very cold, with lows dropping to near 10 by dawn with diminishing winds.
SATURDAY MORNING FORECAST 7:00AM
SATURDAY AFTERNOON FORECAST 3:00PM
SATURDAY EVENING FORECAST 6:30PM
Ocean, Bay & Beach // A look at the conditions by the coast »
THIS WEEKEND: Chilly, Dry for Most
The weekend remains cold and dry with more sunshine and less wind on Saturday. Temperatures will still be running a bit below normal with highs 25-30. An off-shore storm is a total miss. Our area remains dry and mostly sunny. The only exception is eastern MA, where the northeast winds will continue to generate extra clouds and ocean effect snow showers.
Sunday will be more seasonable, with highs in the mid 30s. The trade off is an uptick in the winds and more clouds as a dry cold front approaches the area.
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