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Light to moderate snow now thru 3am Tuesday

TUESDAY MORNING FORECAST 7:00AM A few snow and rain showers linger Tuesday morning before ending from west to east by mid morning

Any accumulations now thru 3AM Tuesday looks minor–a slippery coating to 1 inch of snow inland–which will lead to slick travel on the any untreated roads.

Tuesday afternoon will be dry and much milder with high temperatures around 40°-45°


Weekend Storm Potential:

Latest computer guidance still points to a significant storm off the New England coast Saturday. While a storm is “likely”, the exact location and track is still uncertain, considering we are still 4-5 days out. Many “moving parts” in the atmosphere have to come together in order for the storm to be all snow. Some of these moving parts we are tracking (jet stream) are as far away as Alaska!

Bottom line….check back next several days as more data comes in. We should start to see a clearer outlook by mid week Wednesday in regards to precipitation type, amounts and location.

Of coarse storm track makes all the difference. Below are potential Saturday storm tracks and the impacts. Option #3 is generally what we call the “bench mark” storm track. Storms that pass a few hundred miles south and east of Nantucket favor the brunt of precipitation staying as all snow (not always, but most of the time) The actual bench mark over the ocean is around Lat 40°North and Long 70°West.

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