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Some chilly and wet weather continues this week, but look for warmer temperatures as we approach the weekend.
Temperatures this week will start off cooler than usual, but milder weather is on the way.
Temperatures this weekend will average anywhere from 5 to 10 degrees below average, and Sunday is a particularly chilly day with highs staying in the 30s.
There are lots of factors behind why we did not have a snowstorm this morning, meteorologist Dave Epstein explains.
Most of the storm occurs from about 7 p.m today to 8 a.m Thursday.
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Greater Boston is looking at 5 to 9 inches of snow. But, in some places snow totals may fall between 8 to 12 inches.
A fourth March nor'easter is headed our way, and could drop a foot of snow in the Boston area.
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.