Meteorologist Rob Reale from the WeatherWorks forecasting company said there could be pockets of 5 or 6 inches of snow in some areas north and west of I-95. In fact, most locations dry out by 6 A.M., with only a few lingering flurries afterwards. Monday morning's commute will likely be a slow one. New snow accumulation of less than a half inch possible. Otherwise, mostly cloudy, with a high near 76.
Snow may begin Saturday evening, with the heaviest snowfall expected after midnight through Sunday morning.
UNSETTLED WEEKEND OUTLOOK: March continues to come in like a lion as we watch 2 more systems for the upcoming weekend.
It is a quick moving system, so we think we will stay under a foot of snow across the area. Snow will be a mixed bag of sleet and rain over Cape Cod, especially the south side and the Islands. We will feel these below average temperatures until Friday when we try to rebound our daily high temperatures closer where we seasonable should be. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for much of central and southern Minnesota and west central Wisconsin. Temperatures will be near 40 degrees. Accumulations expected Sunday night before the changeover.
The latest snow storm in a 2019 that's seemed filled with them is set to hit the region starting Wednesday afternoon, according to the National Weather Service. Check back for updates.
We still continue to focus on late next week for accumulating snowfall, as well.
Bitter arctic air moves in early next week.
The third in a trio of winter storms is heading to New Jersey starting Sunday afternoon and ending Monday morning. Skies are going be partly sunny today as highs reach the lower 40s.
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