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Pete Bouchard

Hurry Up and Wait

Posted by Pete Bouchard

Snow has been flying most of the early morning out through Worcester county...although you'd be hard pressed to find big accumulations:

Lunenburg 3.5"

Fitchburg 3.0"

Worcester 2.0"

Meantime, the rain continues through Lawrence, down into the North Shore throughout Greater Boston and down to the South Shore. The changeover line is just outside of Framingham and Bedford, and it won't take much for it to come down into the city later this morning and early afternoon.

That said, it's too little too late for serious accumulation along the coast.

Why so little? We're fighting the lingering overnight warmth and temps will be a marginal 34-35 through the afternoon. In addition, there's not a whole lot of precipitation left in the storm. From here on out, the focus will be on a growing area of snow across the Seacoast of NH and Southern Maine. There, the snow will intensify, whereas the surrounding areas of northeast Mass and southern NH will be on the periphery.

Slow wrap to the snow this afternoon and evening. It's not in a hurry to leave...

...but I can't wait for this storm to go.

Enjoy the rest of your weekend.


Posted 02/24/13, 8:06am
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