David Epstein has spent 30 years as a meteorologist. He was born in Portland, Maine, and studied meteorology at Lyndon State College in Lyndonville, Vt. He now teaches at Framingham State University and Colby College. He is also a horticulturalist and founder of GrowingWisdom.com.
Early Wednesday the precipitation will end as light rain. Although we are expecting rain, I don’t feel there will be enough to cause widespread issues with flooding or weight on roofs.
Another storm will bring another round of snow and eventually some rain to the area Tuesday evening. Boston is expected to get 2 to 4 inches.
Snow is going to move into the area late Sunday afternoon and continue through much of the overnight before ending between 3 a.m. and 5 a.m. Monday.
Both Saturday and Sunday mornings will start very cold. Many outlying areas will fall below zero at night, and it will take a few hours to recover from these arctic-like temperatures.
Another small snowstorm may be heading our way Sunday. Today, the cold continues, with highs around 20 degrees. However, most of us are used to the cold, and so it may feel a bit warmer than the actual temperature readings.
Colder than average air continues this week through next with no sustained warming in sight.
Sub-zero temperatures and even colder wind chill readings are on the docket for this morning.
The combination of wind and cold will make the air feel 10 to 25 below zero.
Snow comes to the area late Saturday afternoon and lasts through the evening. By Sunday morning, it will turn to rain and freezing rain in some areas
Temperatures fell well below average last night, and it will continue to be an extremely cold Friday. Another storm system is on its way and set to begin Saturday afternoon.