We can count on dry and cold weather dominating our area for the next few days.
Normal high temps should be near 40 degrees. Instead, the next two days will see only mid-20s for daytime highs and wind chill values below 0 at times.
The bulk of Wednesday looks dry, as well, however, a storm looks to move up the coast and likely deliver snow late Wednesday night and Thursday.
The track of the storm will determine exactly how much snow we will see. Closer to the I-95 corridor, there could be a some sleet/freezing rain mixing in after a period of heavy snow.
Clearly, the chance for a disruptive snow storm is definitely possible.
Snow showers will be possible again Friday into Saturday morning. We'll get another chance for a period of snow on Sunday.
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