Sunny and dry weather today will turn messy for a few hours Tuesday night over the interior of the region.
After record breaking warmth yesterday, today looks to find temperatures falling through the day.
Rain has ended this morning, with more showers for later today. Turning colder Friday.
This winter, the Boston area is on pace to have a very average amount of snow and cold.
Today features a cold morning with snow still firmly in place across southern New England. But a January thaw is on its way.
We have a January thaw on the way, bringing temperatures in the 50s Friday and keep them above the melting point through the evening.
Between 4 p.m. and 11 p.m. Saturday visibility will likely be lowered to a 1/4 mile or less for at least three hours due to the wind and snow.
Certainly the largest snowstorm so far this winter takes aim at southern New England on Saturday.
Today's snow will end during the morning. But, more snow will be heading Boston's way tomorrow afternoon and overnight.
While not a bit storm, snow Friday morning will slow the ride to work and school
After some much needed rain yesterday today is the pick of the rest of the week with highs well above average.
Rain will overspread the area later today and end before sunrise Wednesday.
The only weather issue between today and the first hours of 2017 will be a bit of snow shower activity New Year's Eve.
A developing storm around the Long Island area this morning will move across southeastern New England later today and then intensify into a big storm over Maine Friday.
It's unlikely Boston is going to get more than a coating to a half an inch of snow, while other areas closer to Worcester should see more snow.
Mild weather Tuesday morning will be replaced by more seasonable conditions on Wednesday.
No major weather problems are in the forecast through the rest of 2016
It's a very tranquil weather pattern overall with not major storms in sight.
The winter solstice arrived at 5:44 a.m. This winter, the weather -- at least until the New Year -- will average warmer than normal even with the absence of El Niño.
After today's cold, temperatures will moderate over the coming days.