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  • Another Powerful Winter Storm!

    Hello to all… ..Powerful Coastal Storm will Affect the Region Sunday Through Monday bringing heavy snowfall, potential for blizzard conditions in portions of Southern New England, Strong to Damaging Winds in much of Southern New England and minor coastal flooding at the time of high tide Sunday Afternoon and widespread moderate to isolated pockets of major coastal flooding for the Monday midday high tide. This will be a long duration storm system to affect the region.. ..A Blizzard Watch remains in effect from late Sunday Night into Monday Evening and A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect through 4 AM Monday for Essex and Eastern Plymouth Counties. This is for total snowfall of 12-18″ for Essex County Massachusetts and 6-12 inches of snow for Eastern Plymouth County Massachusetts. The potential for whiteout conditions, blowing and drifting of snow, thundersnow, strong to damaging winds of 20-30 MPH with gusts to 60 MPH and isolated higher wind gusts possible, and blizzard conditions occurring later Sunday Night into Monday. The strong to damaging winds along with the potential for wet snow could cause scattered to numerous pockets of tree and wire damage and scattered to numerous power outages over the region..


  • Winter Weather Week

    Hello to all… ..After a light snowfall overnight Friday into this Saturday Morning, a more powerful winter storm expected in a continuing very active winter weather pattern through the end of next week. Winter Storm Watches expanded and a High Wind Watch issued.. ..A Winter Storm Watch remains in effect from Sunday Morning through Monday Evening for Franklin, Hampden, Hampshire, Worcester, Northern and Central Middlesex and Western Essex Counties of Massachusetts for 6-10″ of snow with amounts of up to 1 foot possible.. ..A Winter Storm Watch is now in effect from Sunday Morning through Monday Evening for Northern Connecticut, Providence and Kent Counties of Rhode Island, Eastern Essex, Southeast Middlesex, Norfolk, Northern Bristol, North-Central Plymouth and Barnstable Counties of Massachusetts for 4-8″ of snow and sustained winds of 25-35 MPH with gusts to 55 MPH and higher gusts to 65 MPH on the North Shore and Cape Cod. The combination of the snow potentially being heavy and wet with the strong to damaging winds will have the potential to cause isolated to scattered pockets of tree and wire damage and power outages as well as whiteout conditions from blowing and drifting of snow..


  • Winter Storm Warning!

    Hello to all… …Dangerous travel into this afternoon… Very heavy snowfall will result in visibility less than one quarter mile at times. Snowfall rates of 2 to 4 inches per hour are expected. There have been numerous reports of thundersnow in Connecticut already. Thundersnow will be possible elsewhere, as well, this afternoon. Winds will increase late this morning, resulting in blowing snow, and near zero visibility, at times. Do not travel, unless absolutely necessary. Untreated roads will be slippery. If you must travel, allow plenty of extra time to reach your destination safely. ..Winter Storm Warning remains in effect from 4 am to 8 PM EST Thursday…


  • Winter Storm Update!

    Hello to all… ..After a mild spring-like day Wednesday, conditions will get colder and a coastal storm will organize bringing a significant snowfall for Southern New England with strong winds along the coast and in Eastern New England early Thursday Morning through Thursday Evening.. ..A Winter Storm Warning is now in effect from 4 AM Thursday Morning to 9 PM Thursday Evening for Northern Connecticut, Franklin, Hampshire, Hampden, Worcester and Northern Middlesex Counties of Massachusetts for 8-12″ of snow with isolated or a band of higher amounts possible and wind gusts in the 20-35 MPH range.. ..A Winter Storm Warning is now in effect from 6 AM Thursday Morning through Midnight Thursday Night for all of Rhode Island and Eastern Massachusetts except for Nantucket for 6-12″ of snow with isolated or a band of higher amounts possible and sustained winds of 10-20 MPH with higher sustained winds closer to the coast of 20-30 MPH and wind gusts in the 40-50 MPH range with the higher gusts at the coast. The winds and snowfall may cause isolated pockets of tree and wire damage and isolated power outages along with considerable blowing and drifting snow.. ..SKYWARN Activation with Ops at NWS Taunton […]