A fast-moving area of low pressure is bringing a bit of snow to the south side of the Cape as well as the Islands this morning. Overall, snow totals will be light.
The long range forecast models are keeping us fairly dry through early next week with the potential for rain and low elevation snow by next Wednesday. This will also make for slippery travel through the middle part of the morning at least. Thursday night we'll be mostly clear to partly cloudy and in the low/ mid-30s.
Accumulating snow is confined to south of Boston Thursday morning.
Today (Wednesday): Cold and windy is the story today, despite mostly sunny skies through much of the day.
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MONDAY NIGHT: Cloudy skies and cold temperatures develop, with a low of 39 degrees.
Met Office forecaster Greg Dewhurst said: "It turns cold again from Friday in a northwesterly flow". There will be a 10-30 percent chance of scattered showers overnight. This is a quick hitting system but it may briefly intensify along the coast Friday afternoon, leading to a brief period of moderate snowfall there.
Next week there will be a warming trend with temperatures getting back towards 40 degrees by Monday afternoon.
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Friday will also be blustery with variable cloudiness and highs in the 20s. Low 8-18, warmest Cape and Islands.
Friday: Partly cloudy and cold.
Thursday: A mix of clouds and sun. Saturday looks to be the best outdoor day, with mostly sunny skies and high temperatures around 50 degrees.
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