SERIOUS COLD DAYS ARE ALMOST A MEMORY AS WE HEAD TOWARDS WHAT APPEARS TO BE MILDER PATTERN BY THE MIDDLE AND LATE PART OF THE WEEK. SNOW SHOWERS WILL BE COMMON TODAY. THE MOUNTAINS COULD SEE A GOOD SHOT OF SNOW WEDNESDAY. THEN MILDER 50S MAYBE EVEN A 60 DEGREE READING TOWARDS THE END OF THE WEEK.
Summary: The serious cold days look limited now. we have made it through the deepest part of winter when we usually get our biggest snow. We missed teh big snows from the last storm, but New England was hammered with as much as 30″ of snow! A dying clipper will traverse the area and re-establish slightly colder conditions through Monday and then a then upwards on temperatures. There COULD be a mix of rain and snow Wednesday Night and/or Thursday, but odds favor rain except in the Mountains. After this, teh pattern changes set up up for milder, above normal temperatures!
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