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7:00 AM | Clipper low comes tomorrow night...bigger storm with more moisture arrives late Sunday/Monday

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Mostly sunny, breezy, cold, highs near 30 degrees


Mostly clear, very cold, lows by morning not far from 10 degrees


Becoming mainly cloudy, cold, chance for snow late, possibly mixed with rain, low-to-mid 30’s

Thursday Night

Occasional snow likely, cold, accumulations on the order of a coating to an inch, mid 20’s


Partly sunny, windy, cold, low 30’s, bitter cold at night with single digits


Partly sunny, very cold, near 20 degrees


Mostly cloudy, quite cold, chance for snow or perhaps a mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain, near 30 degrees


Snow or a wintry mix possible early, windy, cold, near 30 degrees


The powerful nor’easter is gone and high pressure will take control today generating plenty of sunshine in the Mid-Atlantic region. A clipper low pressure system will drop southeastward on Thursday through the Great Lakes region and should produce a nuisance snow around here on Thursday night into early Friday. Very cold air will follow to close out the work week with low temperatures on Friday night likely plunging to the single digits. Another system will threaten the region with snow or a wintry mix late Sunday into Monday and that system will have lots of moisture to work with. Given the very cold air mass in place ahead of it on Friday night and Saturday, this system could become a real mess around here on Sunday night and Monday. More brutal cold air will follow the Super Bowl system for Monday night and Tuesday of next week.

Some notes about the northeastern blizzard: -biggest snowstorm ever for Worcester, MA (34.5", records back to 1905) -biggest January snowstorm ever for Boston, MA (24.6") and 6th biggest ever -4th biggest snowstorm ever in Portland, ME (23.8") -3 feet was officially recorded in Hudson, Auburn, Lunenburg (all in Massachusetts)