FIRST ALERT: Through tonight for the entire area for impacts from Nor'easter #4
TIMING:Bands of heavy snow moving out after 6pm. Snow tapers from west to east during the evening. Dry well before sunrise.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
SNOWFALL: A few more inches likely in much of the area before tapering off from west to east this evening. This is a heavy, wet snow that will stick on everything and be hard to shovel. Please be careful and take it slow.
40 MPH gusts at the coast
25-35 MPH gusts inland.
Moderate coastal flooding is likely at the time of high tide tonight. This will be the highest tide of the storm.
The heavy, wet snow can lead to downed tree limbs, affecting power lines, and causing power outages. With nightfall, roads will continue to be slippery even as the snow tapers off.
Count on the First Alert Weather team for daily updates on this potential storm system.
THU: Partly sunny, breezy, and cold. High 42
FRI: Partly sunny and cold. High 43
SAT: Mostly sunny. High 45
SUN: Chance of rain and snow showers. High 42
MON: Mostly sunny and chilly. High 48
TUE: Mostly sunny. High 51
WED: Mostly cloudy with chance of showers. High 56