Heavy snow coming Wednesday afternoon, adopted by using rain into Thursday - CBS Boston

by means of Terry Eliasen, WBZ-television Meteorologist, government climate Producer

BOSTON - What's that unusual shiny, glowing orb up in the sky nowadays? agree with it or no longer, that is some exact sunshine!

January has been an "interesting" month. It appears as though we've best gotten a couple of glimpses of the solar, besides the fact that children temperatures have averaged more than 7 levels above typical per day (the fifth warmest January on record in Boston).

while our daytime highs were pretty gentle, including 5 days 50 levels or larger, it has been the evening time temperatures that have basically tipped the scales. It without problems has not been that bloodless in any respect!

The ordinary night time low temperature this month to date has been 32.three levels. This, in what should be our coldest month of the 12 months, and when usually our nights dip into the teens and 20s (if not lower).

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a different technique to examine it - Boston's normal low temperature at the moment is 22 degrees. Amazingly, the metropolis has yet to basically get that low this month! The "coldest" temperature to date this month changed into 23 degrees on January eleven. 

regardless of all of that, Boston has managed to squeeze out 6.6 inches of snow this month and there is extra where that come from!

The WBZ climate crew could be issuing a subsequent weather Alert, beginning Tuesday evening, for a period of snow it really is starting Wednesday, followed by means of a change to rain Wednesday evening.


The snow starts Wednesday afternoon. It will be especially easy to delivery and then regularly fill in via late afternoon and early evening. 

The heaviest snow and many of the accumulation will happen between about 4 p.m. and 10 p.m.

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We may be monitoring a rain/snow changeover line Wednesday nighttime. it will start to abruptly push northward after 6 p.m., reaching Boston round eight-to-9 p.m. and the Massachusetts-New Hampshire border through nighttime. After this happens, it should be simply plain rain the relaxation of the evening. The rain will taper off earlier than daybreak on Thursday.

just as the snow starts to pile up, the trade to rain will happen. this may compress the snow rather a bit of. it'll absolutely wash the sparkling snow away in some areas and create a delicate mess in others.

HOW tons

we're are expecting a coating to 1 inch of snow close the South Coast and down in opposition t Plymouth and the Cape Cod Canal. This should be lengthy passed by morning, washed away.

One-to-three inches is our forecast from Plymouth up the coast through Boston and a great deal of the North Shore. again, most of this will also be washed away by means of rain.

The maximum totals from this storm, 3-to-6 inches, can be found north and west of Route 495, in ingredients of northern Middlesex County, Worcester County and southern New Hampshire. These areas will also get rain late Wednesday nighttime and may wake as much as a slushy mess Thursday. 

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an additional element with this storm - the winds. Late Wednesday evening there should be some very gusty south-southeast winds over parts of southeastern Mass., together with the Cape and Islands. Gusts could in short suitable 50 mph in this enviornment, doubtlessly resulting in some scattered wind harm.

After the storm passes, Thursday will in reality develop into a good day. we will see highs close 50 degrees with a good deal of sunshine. Friday may be a quiet via chillier day. The weekend also looks decent and dry. 

but, you knew that became coming, it seems like we are able to decide upon up subsequent week the place we left off because the lively pattern is likely to proceed for a long time. there's an opportunity of rain or snow both Monday and someday mid-week. At this aspect, neither of these storms look most important, but we are able to maintain a watch on things as they advance.

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