I’m happy to report the temperatures will make it into the 20s Wednesday for the first time in a weak. Expect unlimited sunshine and overall nice day. I can’t say the same about Thursday though. A powerful ocean storm should track close enough to bring heavy snow and strong wind to the parts of the area. Here’s an estimate of what to expect.
Type: All snow.
Blizzard Conditions: The combination of heavy snow reducing visibility to 1/4 mile or less, winds gusting 35 MPH or greater, and occurring for 3 hours of more are expected.
Coastal Flooding: We’re watching the high tide at 12:26 PM Thursday. The tide is already running high at 11.6′. Coastal flooding is possible around the time of high tide.
Friday will showcase snow showers and continued windy conditions. Expect gusts 30 to 40 mph. Temperatures will fall all day long. Afternoon temps will be around 10 degrees. We’re headed back to the deep freeze for the weekend. Highs will struggle to get above zero for highs. Early morning lows Sunday will dip to 20 below once again for many inland locations. If you’re looking for a warm up, there’s a decent chance we’ll get into the low 40s early next week. A mix and rain is also possible. Stay tuned.
Thanks for reading. More updates in the coming days.