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Monday and Tuesday will be sunny, but chilly, with temperatures only reaching the mid-30s. A possible storm is on the horizon for Wednesday.
Temperatures this weekend will be about 10 degrees lower than normal.
Thursday will stay breezy, with the sun gradually coming out as the day goes on. The weekend looks clear but cold.
After a blizzard on Tuesday, the region begins to clean up the damage.
The snow is over, but temperatures will remain on the chilly side. Wednesday also could be windy at times.
Snow is expected to fall heavily through the evening. Expect plowable snow, high winds and even coastal flooding at times of high tide.
The storm is leading to widespread power outages in southeastern Massachusetts and on Cape Cod and the Islands.
Starting at 11 p.m. Monday, a blizzard warning goes into effect for parts of the state's coastline.
Our third nor'easter in the series is going to impact the region, mainly Tuesday.
A worst-case scenario would bring another nor'easter to the area with heavy snow and strong winds. This would mean more coastal flooding and even power outages.
The rush is on to restore power as forecasters monitor another system that could move up the coast Monday.
Both days this weekend look dry and seasonable, with temperatures on Saturday reaching near 40 degrees, and Sunday getting into the mid-40s.
Snow will continue to fall until midday.
The second nor'easter in a week has left hundreds of thousands of customers without power statewide.
How much snow you can expect to get will depend heavily on where you are.
Another nor'easter is due to hit the region and the Boston area could see 3 to 6 inches of snow.
A winter storm watch is posted for Wednesday into Thursday for areas including Boston.
The atmosphere is in a blocking pattern and while the storm is quite far out to see it's so large that it may spend back a little bit of moisture...
A powerful nor'easter sweeping across southern New England is now underway. Follow along as our reporters file photos and videos as the storm picks up.
The storm also brought high wind gusts to the region, leaving tens of thousands without power.