Thursday, December 13, 2012
Towns near I-495 may see plowable snow Monday.
This much seems certain ... we will see snow next week. But how much and how often is still the big question. According to WHDH meteorologist Jeremy Reiner, the weather pattern for the area will start to become active not just for next week, but for possibly the next three weeks. "The pattern becomes active and a number of storms will take a swipe at us for the next 2-3 weeks," according to his blog on WHDH. "They won't all be snow or rain, likely a mix of both and the first one on the docket looks to be just that." In regards to next week, Reiner says light snow is expected Sunday and may change over to sprinkles Sunday night. Monday will see the light mix of precipitation become steadier & heavier by afternoon & evening. The coast can …
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Strong coastal storm may affect region between Monday and Wednesday.
For those of you dreaming of a white Christmas, this forecast is what you've been waiting for. According to the National Weather Service, there is a chance for accumulating snow next week as a coastal storm develops between Monday and Wednesday. An active weather pattern is expected to begin Sunday and continue through the middle of next week. There's a possibility of snow and/or ice, with significant amounts if temperatures remain cold enough. The NWS is currently predicting a 50 percent chance of rain and snow Monday night and Tuesday. Timing of the storm is still uncertain, as is the type of precipitation and any potential hazards.
Thursday, February 23, 2012
Snow is on the way.
Forecasters say Sudbury could get snow Thursday night into Friday. With an expected low of 30 degrees, it will be a wet snow, if it's snow at all. Weather Underground puts the chances at 80 percent. The National Weather Service expects there to be 1 to 2 inches of accumulation overnight and into the Friday morning hours, with the precipitation changing to all rain after noon. No precipitation is expected over the weekend, though it will be chilly with the NWS calling for highs in the upper 30s or low 40s. It's been one of the most snow-free winters on record. Only six Boston Decembers, including this one, have lacked measurable snow, according to CBS Boston.
Friday, February 10, 2012
Heaviest snowfall likely to occur Saturday morning into the afternoon.
As of 7:50 a.m., the winter weather advisory that had been issued for Sudbury was canceled. Total snow accumulation for Saturday is now expected to be less than one inch. Temperatures on Sunday will be very cold, with highs only in the 20s and a low near 10 degrees. *** (Original story below) It's becoming more apparent shovels will be needed Saturday. The bigger question is will snow blowers be needed, too? The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory Friday night for eastern Massachusetts, including Sudbury, which will go into effect Saturday at 4 a.m. and last until 10 p.m. An ocean storm is expected to develop south of New England on Saturday and intensify as it passes well southeast of Nantucket. Residents can expect …
Friday, January 20, 2012
Some places could see half a foot of snow on Saturday.
Some area residents had to dig out their shovels for the first time all season after Thursday night's snowfall. Now they may have to crank up the snowblowers. The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory Friday afternoon, which will go into effect from 2 a.m. until 6 p.m. on Saturday. Snow accumulations are expected to be in the 3- to 6-inch range. Residents can expect the snowfall to begin after midnight tonight. The heaviest of the snow should be from mid-morning to early afternoon. The storm should dissipate in the late afternoon or early evening. Because of the recent cold snap, the snow is expected to accumulate quickly on the already frozen ground. Untreated surfaces will become slippery. Wind from the northeast will…
Thursday, January 19, 2012
More wintry weather forecast for the weekend.
Sudbury and surrounding communities can expect another round of snow Thursday night, but residents should expect light accumulation. According to the National Weather Service, snow showers are expected to start Thursday night. An inch or two of accumulation is forecast. Because of the recent cold weather, the NWS says residents should prepare for roads becoming slippery. The region was blanketed with about 2 inches of snow on Monday, just the second snow event of the season. There is a stronger chance of accumulating snow on Saturday. According to the NWS, the exact track of Saturday's storm is uncertain. If enough warm air seeps in, a mix of rain and snow is also possible. Icy conditions may also affect the area late Sunday into Sunday …
Monday, January 16, 2012
Combination of snow, rain and freezing rain may fall before the morning commute.
Tuesday, January 10, 2012
National Weather Service says a winter weather advisory may be needed.
An approaching storm from the Southwest, along with a rush of cold air from the North, may combine to give the region its first snow accumulation since October on Wednesday night, the National Weather Service says. According to the NWS, there is a moderate to high probability that a winter weather advisory will be needed late Wednesday night into Thursday for accumulating snow and/or ice. The track is the approaching storm is still uncertain, but the NWS says confidence of wintry precipitation is increasing. A winter weather advisory is issued for a combination of snow, sleet, and/or freezing rain. Advisories, in general, are issued for weather conditions that are expected to cause significant inconveniences and may be hazardous. These …
Wednesday, December 7, 2011
Possibility of 1 to 2 inches.
After a wet Wednesday, Sudbury residents can expect to see a bit of snow on Thursday. According to the National Weather Service, rain is expected to change over to snow during the overnight hours, causing roads to become slippery for the Thursday morning commute. Total snow accumulations should be less than two inches. Winds are expected to to change to the northwest and become gusty. Sustained winds should be in the 15-18 mph range but could gust into the 30s. High temperatures on Thursday should reach the low 40s. Snowshowers Thursday morning should end by midday.
Thursday, March 31, 2011
Forecast now calls for 3 to 5 inches.
A fickle spring snow storm that was predicted to drop as much as a foot of snow in Sudbury has taken a turn for the better. According to the National Weather Service, the winter storm watch that was supposed to start tonight has been downgraded to a winter weather advisory, with 3 to 5 inches of snow predicted. Forecasts for this storm have changed all week, starting as all rain, to a major snow storm, and now to a moderate storm. The nor'easter is expected to pass near Cape Cod, allowing enough cold air to wrap in from the northeast to allow snow to fall late tonight through Friday. Here's what local meteorolgists are predicting as of 2:45 p.m. Thursday: The advisory will be in effect from 8 p.m., tonight to 2 a.m., Saturday. Wind from …