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Tuesday Forecast | Woods Hill Weather

3:29AM

DAYS 1-5 (FEBRUARY 16-20)
The cold air has been tough to dislodge in the areas it was expected to hang on longest, and that is the interior valley locations of southern NH and MA, but also closer in to the city as well. We ve reached the point in the early morning hours where it s warm enough aloft for all rain, but freezing rain has still been falling in many areas. The precipitation has become more spotty overnight and will be mostly done by dawn, limiting additional icing, but still in some areas it has been significant.

The freezing line will continue to progress to the northwest with time during the morning and eventually the warm air will win out in all locations. During this time, only spotty rain showers are expected, but as low pressure tracks north northeastward, passing just west of southern New England and moving into Canada later today and this evening, it will drag a cold front eastward and send a ribbon of heavier rain and possible thunderstorms across the region. Behind this system, drier weather will move in overnight and into Wednesday, and it will not be that chilly, so snow/ice that fell should be able to be moved and will melt off many surfaces.

A disturbance and secondary front will bring a few snow showers and some colder air in by Thursday. High pressure builds over the region late Thursday into Friday with fair weather, but the next system, a broad low pressure area moving eastward across southeastern Canada, will return cloudiness to the region later Friday with a risk of some light snow/mix later Friday night and a few rain/snow showers Saturday.
TODAY: A few breaks of sun through fog in eastern MA this morning otherwise mainly cloudy with spotty rain showers, some of which will still fall as freezing rain interior valleys of north central MA and southern NH. Band of heavier rain and a risk of thunderstorms arriving from west to east by later in the afternoon.

Highs 48-55. Wind light variable interior valleys north and west for a while otherwise S increasing to 15-30 MPH with gusts above 40 MPH, especially in the afternoon, with some gusts above 50 MPH possible.
TONIGHT: Rain and possible thunderstorms ending west to east early with some clearing following. Lows 35-42.

Wind SW 15-35 MPH with higher gusts shifting to W.
WEDNESDAY: Partly cloudy. Highs in the 40s. Wind W 15-25 MPH and gusty.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Mostly clear.

Lows 25-32 except 30s Cape Cod. Wind W 10-20 MPH.
THURSDAY: Partly sunny with isolated snow showers. Highs in the 30s.

Wind NW 10-20 MPH and gusty.
FRIDAY: Mostly sunny, then clouds increase late. Chance of light snow/mix at night. Lows in the 20s.

Highs in the 30s.
SATURDAY: Variably cloudy. Chance of a few rain/snow showers. Lows in the 30s.

Highs in the 40s.
DAYS 6-10 (FEBRUARY 21-25)
Fair and colder February 21. Unsettled period of weather expected February 22-24 with a couple waves of low pressure bringing the risk of rain/mix/snow. Fair and colder February 25.
DAYS 11-15 (FEBRUARY 26-MARCH 1)
Fair early and late period with a storm threat possible somewhere in the middle of the period.

Temperatures near to below normal.

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