For today expect highs in the upper 20s to mid 30s, along with partly cloudy skies and west winds at 5-15 mph, with gusts up to 30 mph possible.
Let’s get into what to expect with tomorrow’s storm:
Snow, sleet, freezing rain, rain.
Precipitation enters the region as snow tomorrow morning (except in far southern New England). While the coast will be changed to rain by late morning, areas in northern MA and points further north will not change over until around the evening. Mixed precip spreads north during the late morning into early-mid afternoon, crawling north primarily as sleet and then rain then makes its way north. Freezing rain is possible in spots of northern and western MA tomorrow evening and early overnight. Precipitation then exits during the overnight hours with lingering showers (mainly rain) possible tomorrow morning.
Both commutes on Tuesday (especially the evening commute) will be messy, with hazardous and slow travel throughout the day. It’s very possible – almost likely, even – that schools in northern MA and points north see either an early release or a day off from school, with the timing not exactly helping. Still a bit of uncertainty on the morning commute, but the evening commute is definitely looking iffy.
Have a good day!