By Wednesday night, another storm will bring a wintry mix of snow and rain to the region, but the National Weather Service says it is too early to determine an exact track.
At this time, it is unclear how much snow will fall or which towns will be hit the hardest, National Weather Service meteorologist Alan Dunham said. The National Weather Service advises Bay Staters to be aware of the latest forecast advisories and to be prepared for the upcoming storm.
“One thing is for sure, Thursday will be a sloppy day,” Dunham said. “As of now, the morning commute does not look pretty,” he added.
Today, on the other hand, will remain sunny. And if you were frustrated by the mere 3/10ths of an inch of snow on your windshield this morning, just think back to this time last year, when the whole city was buried with almost 15 inches, and it won’t seem so bad.
Other than the dusting, the workweek will be kicking off with what Dunham described as “gorgeous but chilly” weather.
Skies will be sunny and clear, and temperatures will remain unseasonably cold, with highs in the 20s, through Wednesday, according to Dunham.
Although it is slightly colder than average for this time of year, Dunham said that it is not at all uncommon for temperatures to drop this low.
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