Rain, snow, and strong winds are in Saturday’s forecast for Massachusetts.
“A rapidly intensifying storm system will produce gusty winds & heavy rain, changing to a period of heavy, wet snow this afternoon into evening,” the National Weather Service said early Saturday. “Snowfall rates could reach 1-2 inches per hour, leading to difficult travel and possible power outages.”
Tight bands of snow totals. pic.twitter.com/0jSmuMNeih
— Dave Epstein (@growingwisdom) December 5, 2020
This nor’easter will produce bands of heavy, wet snow❄️… highest totals likely just N&W… tree damage & power outages are expected! Travel will become hazardous ⚠️ .
— Sarah Wroblewski (@sarahwroblewski) December 5, 2020
— A.J. Burnett (@WxManAJB) December 5, 2020
— Jeremy Reiner (@jreineron7) December 4, 2020
— Jason Brewer (@JBrewerBoston25) December 5, 2020
Don't @ me if it's still raining in the morning…or even early PM in Boston. Changeover will be abrupt from west to east. Snow blitz coming…with thundersnow possible! Scattered power outages from pasty, wet snow pic.twitter.com/F63W6aM6MW
— Pete Bouchard NBC10 Boston (@PeteNBCBoston) December 5, 2020
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